The German medical staff who is supervising the treatment of the Russian dissident, Alexei Navalny, in Berlin, said that the latter’s health is “stable, but critical.”
The chief Russian doctor at Omsk Emergency Hospital No. 1, where Navalny was receiving treatment before his transfer to Germany, revealed that he sent a letter on Saturday to the German “Charité” clinic, expressing the Russian medical staff’s readiness to cooperate with German colleagues and provide all the test data, and received In response, Sunday, when he was informed that Navalny’s condition is stable, but critical.
He noted that in the letter, German colleagues expressed their thanks and confirmed the role that Russian doctors had played in saving Navalny’s life.
A German plane took Navalny, last Saturday morning, to Berlin, to receive treatment there, at the request of his family, days after he was in a coma.