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Yulia Navalnaya Calls for Renewed Resistance Against Putin’s Regime, Vows to Continue Alexei’s Fight for a Free Russia

Yulia Navalnaya, widow of the late Alexei Navalny, declared on Monday her commitment to continuing her husband’s struggle for a “free Russia.” In a poignant nine-minute video, Navalnaya urged opposition supporters to intensify their battle against President Vladimir Putin with even greater determination.

Speaking from an undisclosed location abroad, Navalnaya, 47, accused Putin of being responsible for her husband’s death, alleging that he had taken away half of her heart and deprived their children of a father. The emotional video, titled “I will continue the work of Alexei Navalny,” emphasized Navalnaya’s desire to live in a free Russia and encouraged others to join her in expressing rage and resentment toward those she believes were responsible for her husband’s demise.

While Navalnaya’s precise location was not disclosed, she was expected to attend a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels. The meeting was set to discuss potential additional sanctions on Russia following Alexei Navalny’s death.

Navalnaya accused Russian authorities of concealing Navalny’s body and waiting for traces of the Novichok nerve agent to dissipate. Although she provided no evidence, she promised her team would release details about her husband’s alleged killers.

“Vladimir Putin killed my husband,” Navalnaya asserted. “By killing Alexei, Putin killed half of me – half of my heart and half of my soul. But I still have the other half, and it tells me that I have no right to give up. I will continue the work of Alexei Navalny, continue to fight for our country.”


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