Russian opposition leader to get out of coma, German hospital to be hospitalized announced

Russian opposition leader escapes from coma The German hospital to which he was hospitalized announced September 8 at 4:19 a.m.

As for Nawarinui, the leader of a Russian opposition force believed to have been attacked with nerve agents developed by the former Soviet Union, the German hospital where he was admitted has announced that he is out of an artificial coma and responding to calls.
Mr Nawarinui, the leader of the opposition group who has criticized Putin’s regime in Russia, was suddenly knocked unconscious last month while traveling on a passenger plane in Russia, and is now being treated at a German university hospital.

The hospital issued a statement today revealing that Mr. Nawarinui’s condition has improved and he has escaped from the artificial coma he has been working on for treatment.

According to the hospital, it is responding to the call by the word, but it is not possible to rule out the possibility that a strong poison will have a long-term effect.

As for the cause of Mr Nawarinui’s loss of consciousness, german Chancellor Merkel announced that she had been attacked by the same kind of substance as Novichok, a nerve agent developed by the former Soviet Union and believed to be owned by Russia, while Russia countered that it was “unfounded” and that the conflict between the United States and Russia has deepened.