A politician on hunger strike in prison needs immediate intervention.

A 44-year-old opposition politician said today, Saturday, that the health of opposition politician Alexei Navalny, who has been on a hunger strike for three weeks, is deteriorating rapidly and may “die at any moment”. Referring to test results from the family, Yaroslav Ashimen claims Navalny’s potassium levels are dangerously high, which could lead to a heart attack, and his high creatinine levels indicate kidney problems.

According to Anastasia Vasilieva, head of a medical organization supported by Navalny, “there is a need for immediate intervention.”

Navalny initially complained about back pain and said he started feeling his legs, then later reported that he was suffering from back pain He has a high temperature and a cough. He asked that his doctors examine him, but the Russian authorities refused, so the politician went on a hunger strike for 18 days.

It has similar content to Asihmin’s words Posted on Facebook Kyra Jarmis, Navalny’s spokesperson, is also. He wrote that his attorneys are not allowed into the politician on weekends and therefore they are not getting any information about him; They fear he will die on Monday.

A critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was arrested in January when he returned from Germany, where he was being treated for the poisoning. Navalny said the Russian government tried to kill him, but the Kremlin consistently denies this. However, several laboratories in Western Europe confirmed that novices had a neurotoxin in their bodies last August.

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Navalny has to spend two and a half years in prison for embezzlement. The originally issued suspended prison sentence was reduced for non-execution because he did not violate the terms of the probation period: he did not inform the Russian authorities himself of the time of his recovery. He and his supporters had described the original ruling as politically motivated.

More than 70 well-known personalities addressed Putin in an open letter on Saturday, They claim medical treatment for Navalny. The letter was signed by J.K. Rowling, author of Harry Potter books, and Nobel Prize winners Hertha Muller, Louise Gluck, and Svatlana Alexievich, as well as Bjorn Olvaeus, a former Swedish pop band, ABBA member, Benedict Cumberbatch and Christine Scott Thomas. And Niall Ferguson, Simon Shama, and writer Peter Nadas.

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Navalny has already lost 15 pounds, so a compulsory meal will be taken in prison


He is reported to be suffering from increasingly serious health problems.

A student newspaper raided him, and Russian police arrested the youth