Russia has adopted retaliatory sanctions against Germany and its leadership on the incident with Alexei Navalny, said the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry Sergei Lavrov.
In addition, sanctions have been adopted against France.
“They have already been adopted, and we will soon inform our German and French colleagues about this,” Lavrov said.
The measures concern German and French companies and high-ranking officials.
On October 15, the European Union imposed sanctions against six Russian officials due to the poisoning of opposition leader Navalny. In addition, sanctions were imposed on the Russian State Research Institute of Organic Chemistry and Technology (GosNIIOKhT).