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Control measures around the area where Navalny's funeral will take place News

Police are launching control measures around the Borisovkoye cemetery on the southeastern outskirts of Moscow, where Alexei Navalny's funeral ceremony is planned for tomorrow. This was reported by opposition Telegram channels, according to which agents check the documents of people entering the cemetery and ask them the reasons for the visit.

Police presence is also reported at the exit of the nearby subway station. The Telegram channel RusNews also writes about police patrols near the cemetery and says that surveillance cameras have been installed on some streetlights.

Navalny's funeral service is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon at the Church of the Icon of the Mother of God in Maryino District, before burial at the nearby Borisovkoe Cemetery. Navalny's aides said the family failed to get a hall for a civilian memorial service for the missing opponent.

For her part, Alexei Navalny's spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, appealed to Russians to attend the opponent's funeral, saying that “thanks to him, many have begun to believe that change is possible.”

“Even if you have never met Alexei,” Yarmysh says in a video posted on his account that appeared on his television channel. You read his contributions from prison, from where he supported those of us who remained free.” “Thanks to him,” the speaker concludes, “you made it.”
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Eurocamara: “Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death”

Vladimir Putin personally bears criminal and political responsibility for the death of his fiercest opponent: Alexei Navalny. This is stated by the European Chamber in a resolution adopted with 506 votes in favour, 9 against and 32 abstentions. However, the Russian people should not be confused with the “warmongering, autocratic and kleptocratic regime of the Kremlin,” the text says.

MEPs call on Member States to step up their efforts to find ways to release those suffering from imprisonment and repression, including the possibility of a possible prisoner exchange.

Vucic, when it comes to Navalny, we are not in line with the EU with the allegations against Putin

Serbia has not joined the positions of the EU, which blames Russian President Vladimir Putin for the death of Alexei Navalny. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said this today.

“So far we have not agreed on this issue, we have not done it, otherwise I would have been surprised,” Vucic answered journalists in Tirana, where he is attending the summit on the European growth plan for the Western Balkans. “If you think this is a tragedy and a reason to attack us, then I don’t think so. Instead, I think it is very important that Serbia pursues an autonomous and independent policy with a case-by-case assessment,” the president added.

According to him, Serbia's level of compliance with EU laws and decisions is currently around 64%. And referring to a journalist's claim that Belgrade represents a “hybrid position” towards Russia and the armed conflict with Ukraine – on the one hand condemning the Russian intervention and on the other hand not complying with the sanctions against Moscow – Vucic said that Serbia does not represent a hybrid position but that clear position of a free country that makes its decisions solely in the interests of the state and its population.

He noted that Serbia has been under sanctions for almost a decade and knows very well how it all works. “We have taken our position, which is not easy and unique in Europe. And we are very proud of that,” said Vucic.

He said Serbia did not sign an agreement on arms and ammunition cooperation with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky at yesterday's Ukraine-Balkans summit in the Albanian capital. “No, we haven’t signed an agreement. We support the territorial integrity of Ukraine and they support the territorial integrity of Serbia. And we are very grateful for that. “Both countries support the provisions of the UN Charter and the Security Council resolutions, which form the basis of international law,” said Vucic.

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