Top Navalny ally Volkov says 'very clear' assault on him was ordered by Kremlin | EUROtoday

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FRANCE 24 spoke to Leonid Volkov, former chief of workers to the late Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny. On March 12, Volkov was assaulted within the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, the place he has lived in exile since 2019. “I was attacked by someone with a hammer in the dark in front of my house,” Volkov mentioned, explaining that he was left with a badly injured leg and damaged hand. “It’s very clear for me that [the attack] has been an order from [the] Kremlin”, he added, saying that “every evidence that I have shows this”. The Russian dissident additionally defined that he receives on-line threats “pretty much daily”.