.
.
.
.

UN human rights investigators to publish findings on Navalny case on March 1

Published: Updated:

United Nations human rights investigators will issue their findings on the case of Kremlin critic Andrei Navalny on Monday, a UN statement said on Friday.

The opposition politician was arrested in Moscow in January upon returning from Germany following treatment for poisoning with what many Western countries say was a military-grade nerve agent.

For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or via the app.

Agnes Callamard, UN expert on killings, and Irene Khan, UN expert on freedom of opinion and expression, will issue their findings on their investigation at a Geneva press conference on Monday (1500 GMT), the UN said in a statement revealing the investigation.

Read more:

Russian foreign ministry calls planned European Union sanctions over Navalny unlawful

President Putin accuses West of wanting to ‘shackle’ Russia

Moscow court fines Putin critic Navalny $11,500 for defamation