“This is Kafkaesque”: French foreign minister demands Navalny’s immediate release

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    Commenting on the jailing of #Navalny, #LeDrian said #Russia was taking an authoritarian turn and the European Union would consider how to react after its foreign policy chief Josep Borell returned from a trip to Moscow later this week.

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