Declaration by Navalny's friend. He promised to continue his mission

Declaration by Navalny's friend.  He promised to continue his mission

Arrested Russian oppositionist Ilya Yashin said goodbye to the deceased Alexei Navalny. In a lengthy post, he promised to continue the fight against tyranny. “My life is in Putin's hands,” he stressed.

On Friday, February 16, the Russian prison service informed Fr the death of Alexei Navalny. After a few days, tragic news reached the arrested oppositionist Ilya Yashin. The politician said goodbye to his deceased friend in a lengthy entry in which he also made a promise.

Death of Alexei Navalny

The Russian expressed confidence that the Kremlin critic had been killed. “For me, the question is not: who killed? I have no doubt that Putin. He is a war criminal,” he wrote on X (formerly Twitter). He also emphasized that he did not believe the reports that causing Navalny's death would be unprofitable for the Russian president. “He wanted and killed. And not only did he kill, he killed demonstratively,” he said.

Yashin explained that the killings are part of Vladimir Putin's modus operandi, which he uses when someone does not submit to his policy of fear. He also stated that it was on his orders that Yevgeny Prigozhin and Boris Nemtsov suffered the same fate. “A figure hiding in a bunker, secretly killing and holding millions of people hostage in his complexes,” said the president.

Ilya Yashin made a promise

The politician promised that he would continue his friend's mission. “Of course I am aware of my own risks. I am behind bars, my life is in Putin's hands and is in danger,” he admitted. However, he assured that he intended to continue fighting against tyranny. “As long as the heart beats in the chest,” he added. He explained that he did not wish Putin to die, but dreamed that one day he would answer for his crimes.

The oppositionist also mentioned his friend. “Alexei will go down in history as a man of exceptional courage who went forward for what he believed in. He walked, despising fear and death. He walked with a smile and his head held high. And he died a hero,” he wrote. He also addressed his relatives. “Take care. I am with you,” he concluded.

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