Russian YouTube star Yuri Dude’s interview with Navalnyz last week was detailed about what life is like for the family of Russia’s most famous opposition man and how he seems to be drinking poison from Newvichok.
But the interview did not reach everyone who might be interested, as it is about two and a half hours long and in Russian.
In the interview, Alexei Navalny mentions the moments of being poisoned. He noted the successful shooting of a documentary on corruption in a few Siberian cities before the local elections.
He waited at least three hours to rest on the plane, during which no one bothered him. He also planned a binary clock from the animated sci-fi series Rick and Morty. But first, he did some shopping at Tomsk Airport for Siberian sweets to bring the children back.
Navalny said that drinking poison with Novich okk is not painful, it gives a little horrible, vague sensation, as if you are going to meet your creator.
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He then credits his wife for getting through this episode, with a flowery Instagram post about what love is, he wrote immediately after waking up from his long coma.
Yulia Navalnaya (Navalnaya is the femininity of Navalny in Russian) was not only by her side during her coma, but she invaded him out of Russia.
But before that, she learned as early as August 20 that her husband had been poisoned.
The wife of 20-year-old Navalny was accustomed to receiving bad news calls, though this was a different one.
He was preparing to pick her up at the airport that morning when he returned from Siberia. Instead, she found herself running to the airport to go to Omsk, where her husband’s plane made an emergency landing.
“The scariest thing was boarding the plane and he knew it was about a four-hour flight and for that time you would be hindered from getting any information,” Navalny told Yuri Dude.
Ivan Zhdanov, a colleague of Navalny, flew with her, and Navalnaya said she was not a chatty person, she talked to Zdnav for the whole flight – probably because of her fear she revealed all sorts of family secrets in the process.
She said she watches Zhdanov’s expression as she scrolls through their messages as they land and let them deliver some news.
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At the hospital, “it was horrible to see Alexi and realize that the situation was worse than expected,” he said. “And to see the doctors’ fear, they worry about what they tell me. I just kept thinking, ‘I have to get it out because they’re not telling me the truth.'”
She thinks that the combination of pressure from the West, the press and the letter she wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin created a complete storm to affect her husband’s release. In Dude’s interview, she and Naval will play in a box called “BioHazard” with a shared trademark humor and sarcasm about Yulia’s journey with her husband.
Putting the jokes aside, Dude asked her how she lives with her husband, who is constantly under arrest, threatened and under surveillance. Does he ever ask her to pause?
“Everyone always wants to hear me say it, or point to it but no, I support what it does. I say this faithfully. It’s not just beautiful words.”
Navalnaya said she would be disappointed if her husband stopped fighting to make Russia a better place.
He studied international relations and worked in a bank after graduation, but eventually left his career after marrying Naval, realizing his life would be political and political.
They have two children, a pre-teenage boy, Zakir and daughter Dasha, who is studying at Stanford University. Navalny said he never really thought about trying to get Dasha to top school, but socialized with many people who were prepping their own children for greatness as they began to push their daughter.
Navalny said they didn’t aim to send her abroad, but she wanted the best for her. She may be in Hong Kong or even in Tomsk, but she said, unfortunately, that Russia’s institutions of higher learning are not among the top in the world.
Dasha Navalnaya is on a scholarship and her parents said they pay their board. Navalny receives a salary of approximately 70 70,000 from a businessman named Boris Zimin, who lives outside of Russia and pays for his legal services. Naval is a trained lawyer.
But he said that for the most part Zimin is endorsing his activism, no wires are connected, and has even put up a bill for a flight to Germany for treatment. Naval insists that at least it is transparent and will continue.
He has to pay the medical bill in Germany, but he has no money. Russia has frozen his account and he promises to come full circle on who has taken steps to help repay the charity hospital.
“You know where Putin’s wealth comes from? He won’t even confirm what his daughter’s name is,” Navalny added.
Navalnaya shares her husband’s views and suggests that she may be more radical, as she has endured the state’s harsh treatment.
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Navalnaya is eager to return to Russia like her husband.
“I’m not afraid to return to Russia,” he told Dude. “We will go back to Russia completely. I just told Alexei to come to full recovery first. We don’t know what our wait is in Russia. If you don’t fully recover, it’s possible that next time you won’t be able to save.” “