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‘I love you’: Navalny’s wife Yulia shares her photo with Alexei


NEW DELHI: Days after the

sudden demise


jailed Kremlin critic

Alexei Navalny, his wife Yulia posted a photo on Instagram with the caption “I love you”.
The post on Instagram showed a picture of the two together, their heads touching as they watched a performance of some kind.
Yulia posted the photo a day after

Russian authorities

informed Navalny’s team that “sudden death syndrome” was the reason behind his demise.

Sudden death syndrome

, in broader terms, is when a person unexpectedly dies without any apparent cause or warning signs.
Navalny, a nemesis of Russian President

Vladimir Putin

and fierce Kremlin critic, fell unconscious and died on Friday after a walk at the “Polar Wolf” penal colony in Kharp, about 1,900 km (1,200 miles) northeast of Moscow, where he was serving a

three-decade sentence

, the prison service said.

Earlier, as the Russian authorities announced Navaly’s death, his wife said Vladimir Putin must be brought to justice.
Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin must be brought to justice over the “atrocities” he has wrought against his country and Alexei Navalny’s family, Yulia said on Friday after Navalny’s death in a Russian prison.
“I’d like Putin and all his staff… to know that they will be punished for what they have done with our country, with my family and with my husband,” Yulia Navalnaya told the Munich Security Conference.
“We should fight this horrific regime in Russia today. Vladimir Putin should be personally held for all the atrocities they have committed in our country in the last years,” she added.
In Munich, Navalnaya also met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who extended his condolences to her, and reiterated that Russia is “responsible” for his death.

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