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"There were meetings all weekend." Yusov tells what the Kremlin is planning after Navalny's liquidation

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Yusov hinted that Russia will not stop with Navalny's murder
Yusov hints that Russia will not stop with Navalny's murder

On February 17-18, in the Russian capital of Moscow, the political leadership of the aggressor country held meetings related to the death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in prison. Russia discussed methods to continue the purge of influential opposition figures.

This was stated by a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Andriy Yusov, on his Facebook page. According to him, after Navalny's murder, meetings were held all weekend in the administration of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and in the Russian special services. They concerned further actions.

In Western countries, many perceived Navalny as one of the central figures of the opposition to the Kremlin regime. Now, before the new presidential elections, the Russian regime is "looking for ways to counteract those political figures who expose the illegitimacy and insignificance of the reappointment of the Kremlin dictator."

"In particular, the activities of Mikhail Khodorkovsky are being actively discussed, as he continues to represent a prominent political and media resource critical of the Russian war criminals' government," Yusov said. He did not elaborate on how the Ukrainian intelligence service obtained the information.

Yusov added that the Russian Federation is discussing possible methods against oppositionists and other "active measures" abroad.

Russia holds meetings after Navalny's murder
''There were meetings all weekend.'' Yusov tells what the Kremlin is planning after Navalny's liquidation

As OBOZ.UA wrote, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who died in a penal colony on February 16, allegedly had a chance to become a participant in an exchange between Russia and Germany. According to Bild, he could have been exchanged for Vadim Krasikov, a Kremlin agent sentenced to life in prison in Germany for the murder of former Chechen field commander Zelimkhan Khangoshvili.

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