Alexei Navalny moved to jail medical clinic


Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been moved to a jail medical clinic, where the specialists say his condition is "acceptable". 

He has been on hunger strike for 20 days, grumbling of lacking clinical consideration. He is presently in Vladimir, a city 180km (112 miles) east of Moscow. 

The FSIN jail administration says he is being inspected by a specialist day by day and he has consented to take nutrients. 

Navalny was harmed with a nerve specialist last August and just barely endure. 

After his exchange to concentrated consideration in Berlin, toxicologists inferred that the toxin was Russian weapons-grade Novichok. 

Western governments reprimanded the Russian state for the assault, and Navalny accused President Vladimir Putin straightforwardly. The Kremlin denied any inclusion and questioned the decision about Novichok. 

The jail administration said specialists had chosen to move Navalny on Monday to a clinic in Penal Colony No 3 in the city of Vladimir. He was moved from the Pokrov reformatory settlement, which is about 80km nearer to Moscow.

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