(BERLIN) – Alexi Navalny woman’s right hand man visited him Sunday in a Berlin hospital where comatose Russian dissidents will be treated by German doctors after a suspected poisoning. Navalny was transported to Germany on Saturday from Siberia after doctors determined he was stable enough to be brought to the processing of the Charité capital. On arrival, a spokesman for the hospital Manuela Zingl said the 44-year-old comprehensive diagnostic tests and the doctors about his illness or treatment would not comment on it would suffer until the results were evaluated. On Sunday, Navalny’s wife, Julia Navalnaya and aide Leonid Volkov Russian opposition leader to visit the hospital to make any comment to reporters. Navalny, a politician and investigator corruption that is one of the fiercest critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was approved in an intensive care unit, in the Siberian city of Omsk on Thursday. His followers believe that he drank tea laced with poison – and that the Kremlin is behind both his illness and to transmit a delay in him in Germany. Navalny became ill on a flight back to Moscow from Siberia on Thursday and was taken to hospital after the plane made an emergency landing. While his supporters and family insist that Navalny has been poisoned, doctors in Omsk denied that was the most likely diagnosis They theorize a metabolic disorder and a drop in blood sugar can Navalny to lose consciousness caused. the Russian health authorities said on Saturday that tests done so far shown no poisons in his system. When German specialists on board a plane came modern medical equipment Friday morning with his family said the will Navalny doctors in Omsk at first was too unstable to move. proposals in which fans of the dissidents, it was just a ploy to delay his departure until the poison of his system was off. The Kremlin has denied that the opposition to the transfer was political, with spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that it was a purely medical decision. However, to allow the other way, leaving him as the international pressure on the leadership of Russia it has been mounted. Navalny doctor, Yaroslav Ashikhmin who treated him in 2013, the politician used to say in good health were regularly went for medical examinations and had no underlying diseases that could have caused his condition. Like many other opposition politicians in Russia, Navalny was often arrested by law enforcement authorities and harassed by pro-Kremlin groups. In 2017, it was attacked by some men who antiseptic face threw one eye damage. Last year, Navalny was taken to hospital from prison, where he serve a sentence for allegedly violating rules on protests. His team also suspected of then poison. Doctors said he had a severe allergic reaction and sent him back the next day of detention. If he was poisoned, it would not be the first time that a prominent, outspoken Russian language has been so deliberately – and the first time the Kremlin was accused behind the Picture Copyright by Markus Schreiber-AP.