Alexei Navalny’s Mother Granted Access to View Son’s Body After His Death in Penal Colony

The recent update in the case of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny reveals that his mother has been granted access to view his body, six days after his reported death in a penal colony. International reactions to Navalny’s death continue as Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, criticizes the West for hysteria and meddling in Russia’s affairs. Meanwhile, reports suggest that Russian officials are pressuring the family regarding the time and location of Navalny’s funeral, and there have been crackdowns on public mourning in various Russian cities.

  • Alexei Navalny’s mother has seen her son’s body six days after his death.
  • International reactions have been significant, with direct accusations from Western leaders.
  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has dismissed Western criticism as hysteria and interference.
  • Russian officials are reportedly trying to influence the details of Navalny’s funeral.
  • There is an ongoing crackdown on public tributes for Navalny in various Russian cities.
  • The story is developing, and additional information is expected to follow.

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