The Russian opposition politician has been treated in a clinic in Germany since August 22.
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was released from the Charite hospital in Berlin on September 22. This is stated in a message on the clinic’s website.
“The patient’s condition improved so much that he was discharged from the hospital. Alexey Navalny was treated in Charite for 32 days, including 24 days in intensive care. Based on the patient’s current condition, the treating doctors believe that a full recovery is possible. Any long-term consequences of severe poisoning can be judged later.” The public announcement about Navalny’s health status was made in consultation with him and his wife, according to a statement on the clinic’s website.
Alexey Navalny was hospitalized with symptoms of poisoning on August 20 in Omsk – he became ill on Board the plane Tomsk-Moscow. On August 22, he was transferred to the Charite clinic in Berlin. The politician spent more than two weeks in a coma.