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Poisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny thanks pilots and medics for fast motion that ‘saved’ his life

Poisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny thanks pilots and medics for quick action that ‘saved’ his life


POISONED Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has thanked pilots and medics for performing so rapidly to avoid wasting his life.

The Russian opposition chief fell right into a coma on a flight to Moscow.

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Alexei Navalny hugs his spouse Yulia as he thanked the pilots and medics who saved his life[/caption]

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Medics attend to Alexei Navalny on the airport[/caption]

Yesterday he posted a pic of him hugging spouse Yulia and advised how pilots “rapidly landed in Omsk” and medics on the airport “jammed a dose of atropine” into him.

He added: “Thanks, unknown good-hearted pals. You’re good folks.”

After 48 hours in Omsk, the place docs stated they discovered no hint of any poisoning, Navalny was transferred to Berlin.

German specialists decided he was poisoned with Novichok.

‘LORD OF THE RINGS MONSTER’

Navalny, 44, a longtime foe of President Putin, was discharged from the hospital earlier this week.

On the time of leaving hospital, the Russian revealed he appeared like a Lord of the Rings monster when he woke from a coma.

Navalny, collapsed on a Russian home flight after falling sufferer to nerve agent smeared on a water bottle in an airport cafe.

As he left hospital, Mr Navalny wrote on Instagram: “The primary time I used to be dropped at a mirror, after 24 days in intensive care, a personality from the Lord Of The Rings appeared again at me. It was not an elf.”

“I used to be terribly upset.

“I assumed that I’d by no means be discharged however docs continued to work their miracle.”


The dad of two additionally advised how ideas of his spouse Yulia “saved him”.

He added: “No matter scientific or medical rationalization there’s, I do know for positive from my expertise: love heals and brings you again to life.

“Yulia, you might have saved me, and I would like it written down in neurobiology textbooks.”

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In hospital and on the mend with spouse Yulia[/caption]

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The Russian opposition chief fell right into a coma on a flight to Moscow[/caption]

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Navalny, 44, a longtime foe of President Putin[/caption]

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