Navalny poisoning shows why Putin’s pipeline must be stopped – Reports

Navalny poisoning shows why Putin’s pipeline must be stopped

Konrad Szymański is Poland’s minister for European affairs.

WARSAW — For anyone in the West who believed in the possibility of “normal” relations with Moscow, the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny last month should have been a rude awakening.

The attack — using the nerve agent Novichok, a modus operandi for Russian secret services in recent years — is just the latest in a long string of hostile activity from the Kremlin, including wars, election meddling and…

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