Both women fell ill after meeting Ross in exile in Berlin. This is, according to the German police, according to the French news agency, the Danish newspaper writes BT
– On the basis of the information available, an investigation has now begun, says a police spokesman in Berlin.
Russian media outlet Agentstvo wrote earlier this week that the two women attended the meeting at the end of April.
The meeting was organized by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who has openly criticized the Kremlin.
Hear screams on the plane
Already during the meeting in Berlin, the journalist developed symptoms. Soon after, she was transferred to Charité University Hospital, the same hospital where Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was treated when he was poisoned in August 2020.
The Russian activist also suffered symptoms of poisoning after the meeting.
We are talking about Natalia Arnault, president of the Free Russia Foundation.
She now lives in the United States after moving from Russia ten years ago.
– It is suspected that on my recent trip to Europe I was poisoned with a nerve agent, which Western intelligence services are now investigating. I still have symptoms, but am doing much better now, as I wrote in a post on Facebook.
A huge danger to the West
Shortly after meeting in Berlin, I flew to Prague. She confirmed on Facebook that it was only when she was there that she showed symptoms of possible poisoning.
According to Agence France-Presse, Moscow and the Kremlin deny involvement in possible poisonings of Russian women in exile.
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