Moscow Times report, Russian prison authorities said Monday they have transferred Alexei Navalny to a medical ward for “vitamin therapy”
Russian authorities has sensed media spark detrioting health condition of Alexei Navalny.
Alexei Navalny moved to hospital as concerns grown over jailed Putin critic’s health.
Politics in Russia has devolved around 44 year old leader on the brink of taking National and International leaders shown evincing interest.
Navalny’s lawyers, who have been visiting him in custody, say there are no doctors at the prison and the medical unit on-site is run by a single paramedic.
Human rights campaigners say the prison is known for its especially harsh conditions, and Amnesty International said Navalny had been incarcerated in conditions that amount to torture and may slowly be killing him.
Declaration of @JosepBorrellF on behalf of the EU on the deteriorating health of Alexei #Navalny. The EU is deeply concerned and calls on the Russian authorities to grant him immediate access to medical professionals he trusts.
Britain urges Russia to give Kremlin critic Navalny immediate access to medical care.
Navalny says he is suffering from acute back pain and numbness in his right leg.
Media and others family members are need to report daily bulletin of leaders health condition.
Dasha@Dasha_Navalnaya Allow a doctor to see my dad.
Alexei Navalny’s doctors say they have been denied access to him in jail, as his health is thought to be deteriorating severely while he remains on hunger strike.
Russian opposition leader’s physician, Yaroslav Ashikhmin, and head of the Alliance of Doctors union, Anastasiya Vasilyeva, said they spent two hours outside the prison in Pokrov but were not allowed to see him.
Mr Ashikhmin said Navalny could be on the verge of death, as latest test results show extremely high potassium levels, which put him at risk of cardiac arrest.
The physician also says he has high creatinine levels, which suggest his kidneys are damaged.
“Our patient could die at any moment,” he wrote on Facebook.
The Russian opposition leader’s physician, Yaroslav Ashikhmin, and head of the Alliance of Doctors union, Anastasiya Vasilyeva, said they spent two hours outside the prison in Pokrov but were not allowed to see him.
Russian opposition leader, 44, began a hunger strike at penal colony number 2 in Pokrov at the end of March to highlight what he said was the authorities’ refusal to give him proper treatment for his back and leg pain.