Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin’s top critic, said Monday that he had no regrets about returning to Russia a year ago, despite being jailed and a historic crackdown on the opposition.
Navalny was detained at Moscow’s airport on January 17 last year on his way back to Russia from Germany, triggering a month-long crackdown in which his key allies were imprisoned or deported. Was
Navalny added: “After spending the first year in prison, I want everyone to understand that when I gathered outside the courthouse when a convoy took me to the police van: don’t be afraid of anything.
In Navalny’s August 2020, designers’ agents imposed sanctions on Western capitals, along with their country’s large-scale religious sentiments, for poisoning and subsequently arresting Novichok.