Russia Claims U.S. and Ukraine Benefit from Navalny's Death

Written by Henrik Rothen

Feb.17 - 2024 10:05 PM CET

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Russia Claims U.S. and Ukraine Benefit from Navalny's Death.

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Yesterday, the 47-year-old Alexei Navalny was declared dead after he allegedly collapsed during a walk in a Russian prison.

The death has not been the most discussed topic today, where several nations have already pointed fingers at Putin as being responsible for the demise.

Whether Navalny truly collapsed during his walk or lost his life due to foul play, we cannot know for certain reasons. However, in Russia, fingers are being pointed at the USA and Ukraine, which are suddenly believed to benefit from the death.

According to Artemiy Rozhnov, a lecturer in the history of state and law at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation U.S and Ukraine benifits of Navalnys death.

"Navalny's death at this time is extremely beneficial to the U.S., their satellites, and Ukraine," Rozhnov stated in a conversation with the online publication "Podmoskovye Segodnya."

He noted that news of the demise partially helps to overshadow the negative backdrop for anti-Russian propaganda stemming from an interview of Russian President Vladimir Putin with journalist Tucker Carlson.

According to Rozhnov, the West will insistently claim that Navalny's death was exclusively violent in nature and constituted an assassination. He emphasized that Western countries would use his death fully against Russia.

Alexei Navalny died on February 16th in a penal colony in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.

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