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Concerns Mount Over Navalny’s Disappearance From Moscow Prison

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Alexei Navalny, the imprisoned Russian opposition leader and survivor of a poisoning attempt, has been relocated from a prison near Moscow to an undisclosed location, as confirmed by his spokeswoman on Friday. 

Concerns heightened among Navalny’s supporters as he has not been seen since early December, prompting fears of a potential prison transfer.

Lack of Transparency Surrounding Navalny’s Whereabouts:

Kira Yarmysh, Navalny’s spokeswoman, highlighted the uncertainty surrounding Navalny’s relocation on December 11 from the Vladimir region near Moscow. 

The exact location remains undisclosed, raising questions about his well-being and the reason behind the sudden transfer.

Growing International Concern and Criticism:

Navalny’s unexplained absence led to international apprehension, with the United States and France expressing deep concern over the situation. 

The Kremlin faced criticism for perceived interference as Navalny’s team reported a lack of access to him since early December, prompting statements from foreign governments holding Russia accountable for the health and safety of its detainees, especially political prisoners like Navalny.

Legal Context of Navalny’s Imprisonment:

Navalny is serving a 19-year sentence on charges of extremism, with a court earlier ruling for his transfer to a more stringent prison. 

His imprisonment stems from political activities and has sparked widespread condemnation for what many perceive as a politically motivated legal action against the opposition leader.

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