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Croatian prime minister received a letter with an unknown powder

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The Prime Minister of Croatia was sent a letter with an unknown powder and threats. The police took the envelope for inspection
Croatian Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovic received a letter with an unknown white powder and threats. This was reported by the N1 TV channel with reference to the ruling Croatian Democratic Commonwealth (CDU) party, which is headed by Plenkovic.
The letter was sent to the party’s headquarters.
“The CDU officers called the police, and they took the envelope with suspicious contents for investigation,” the party said.
The text of the message addressed to the Prime Minister ended with the words “for the traitors, one of the drugs is“ Novichok ”, sources in the CDU told Hina.
A new scandal over the possible use of the Novichok nerve poison erupted after the hospitalization of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He became ill during the flight from Tomsk to Moscow on August 20. The plane was urgently landed in Omsk, and the politician was taken to a local hospital. Two days later he was transported to Berlin for treatment.
The German government reported that German experts, as well as laboratories from France and Sweden, found traces of poison from the Novichok group in Navalny’s body. Their findings were also confirmed by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Russian doctors have repeatedly denied the poisoning version. The Kremlin said that before being sent to Germany, a set of tests was taken from Navalny, but the doctors did not find any toxic substances.
Prior to that, the Novichok poison appeared in the case of the poisoning of former GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the British city of Salisbury in 2018. Great Britain believed that it was precisely this chemical warfare agent that was used against them.
In the Skripals case, the EU and the US imposed sanctions against Russia. On October 14, the European Union introduced new restrictions on Moscow – in the Navalny case.

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