Three days ago, the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Maria Zakharova published on her telegram channel statement, in which she accused the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons of fabricating data on Navalny’s poisoning:
From 6 to 9 July 2021, the 97th session of the Executive Council of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons was held. It presented the DRAFT OPCW REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, ACCUMULATION AND USE OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION IN 2020. <...> “At the request of Germany, on August 20, 2020, the Secretariat sent a team to provide technical assistance in connection with the suspected poisoning of a Russian citizen.”
On August 20, 2020, Russian citizen Navalny just flew from Tomsk to Omsk, and the OPCW group was ALREADY sent to provide technical assistance in connection with suspected chemical weapons poisoning. But it is also indicated that there was a “request from Germany.” Can you imagine how long it should take to prepare an application from a state to the OPCW with a request for assistance in an investigation into chemical weapons poisoning? And after all, Germany should have at least something in her hands in order to draw even the primary conclusions for applying to the OPCW.
Considering that the group was sent on August 20, such an application should have arrived earlier than this date. That is … before Navalny even left the hotel in the direction of the airport. He had not yet had time to wake up on August 20, and in Berlin they should have already sent an application to the OPCW, so that a group to investigate the poisoning of a Russian citizen with chemical weapons was sent to help that day. And this is if we take the most fantastic scenario of an emergency decision-making both in Berlin and in the OPCW. Knowing the bureaucracy of the Germans, knowing the bureaucracy of the OPCW, this can only be imagined in one case: everything was played out in advance.
Maria Zakharova was so proud of her conspiracy that today the TV presenter (and great lover of Mussolini) Vladimir Solovyov, stated The “loud silence” of the OPCW about its “exposure”. In fact, all that Maria Zakharova needed was to go to the OPCW website, view old documents and discover that the actual request to send the group came, of course, not on August 20, but on September 4. Thus, a typo was simply made in the new document, and now it has already been corrected: