Bipartisan senators call on Trump to allow Russia to naval poison

A bipartisan group of senators on Thursday called on the Trump administration to impose new sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of Alexei Navalny, a leading opposition figure and a leading critic of the Russian president. Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich Putin China The foreign policy valley between the Americans over Russia, allowing the Russian sovereign debt in exchange for a new initial extension. Will protect the elections..

The call comes after the European Union and the United Kingdom imposed sanctions on six top Russian officials, including the head of Russia’s internal security service and Putin’s deputy chief of staff, over Navalny’s poisoning last week.

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The senators wrote that “Mr. Navalny, who has been described as a ‘thief and misguided’, has tried to silence one of Russia’s last independent voices by launching this attack.”

“This administration works with partners to identify the individuals behind these crimes, so the United States’ commitment to preventing such acts is important, ”they added.

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Navalny, who fell seriously ill on a domestic Russian flight, was found to be toxic with Soviet-era chemical nerve agent Novichok, according to German doctors, while the opposition leader was treated when he was flown to Berlin. The use of nerve agents was later confirmed by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons.

Naval has since recovered and, in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” aired on Sunday, was called President TrumpDonald John Trump has introduced rules on not disclosing Russia’s investigation documents to Trump and his advisers to consider firing the FBI director after the election: Walo Obama to campaign for Biden in Florida, Australia To condemn the use of chemical weapons.

“I think that all, including the President of the United States, are, of course, and very, very important.[st] Using chemical weapons in the 21st century, ”Navalny said on the program.

Russian officials have denied allegations that they were behind the attacks, cast doubt on Novichok’s findings and accused Europe of launching a smear campaign against Moscow.

Novich Okkani was previously identified in the English city of Salisbury by Russian-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. U.S. The international community joined in, imposing sanctions on Russia, expelling diplomats and closing down Russian missions.

“The Putin regime has already shown a willingness to assassinate its critics in other countries using radioactive substances and chemical weapons,” the senators wrote. “Our efforts to help find only those who comply with their country’s own laws and international commitments serve as a powerful signal to all brutal regimes.”