[Global Times correspondent in Germany, Aoki Global Times correspondent Liu Zhi] Western countries once again claimed that Russia “poisoned” opposition figures, and this time it was Germany that made the accusation. The German government issued a statement on the 2nd, saying that Russian opposition personage navarine had been poisoned with a kind of nerve agent of “noviquek” type, asking the Russian government to give an answer. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zakharova denounced the incident as an information propaganda war against Russia. Russian presidential press secretary Peskov stressed on the 3rd that the incident will not benefit Russia or other countries. However, some people believe that this incident is a “good news” for the United States, and Washington will use this opportunity to prevent Russia, Germany and other European countries from cooperating in the construction of the “beixi-2” natural gas pipeline project. Russian President Peskov said on the same day that western countries have no reason to blame Russia, and Moscow is willing and wants to find out about navaline. For this reason, it needs information from Germany, “but for the time being, we have no information from Germany.”. He said navaline had been in a hospital in the Russian city of Omsk for two days before he was taken to Berlin, and local doctors found no toxic substances in his body. The Russian Embassy in Germany issued a statement on the 2nd, calling on all parties to make judgments based on “credible evidence” and “avoid politicizing this incident”. < / P > < p > “no reply, no facts, no data, no chemicals, no materials, no evidence, nothing at all.” As for the accusations from the west, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zakharova responded with seven “no” on the 2nd. In her view, Germany has not provided any evidence other than a “political declaration”. Russia’s foreign ministry also issued a statement accusing Germany of saying that Berlin prefers to make public statements loudly, completely ignoring the existing cooperation mechanism. < / P > < p > navaline felt extremely unwell on the way to take a domestic flight on August 20. After the plane made an emergency landing in the city of Omsk, he was sent to a local hospital for treatment, and then to Berlin shalitai hospital for treatment. The German government issued a statement on the 2nd, saying that a professional German military laboratory carried out toxicological tests on the samples collected from navaline’s body and proved that he was poisoned after eliminating all doubts. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday that navarine’s “poisoning” was an “attempted murder” and that the case raised “some very serious questions” which only the Russian government can and must answer, according to the German voice and other media reports. German Foreign Ministry summoned Russian ambassador niechaev on the evening of the 2nd to inform him of the test results. However, niechaev said that the German side did not provide any information on this matter. Germany said Berlin would discuss with the EU and NATO how to respond appropriately to the incident. < / P > < p > after Germany issued the above statement, many western countries asked Russia to find the culprit. British Prime Minister Johnson said it was “shameful” to poison navarine, while the French Foreign Minister said the incident was “shocking and irresponsible”, AFP reported on the 3rd. The Dutch foreign minister asked Russia for an explanation. European Commission President Frederick von draen called “poisoning” navarine “another despicable coward act”. NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said the use of military grade nerve agents was “shocking” and Russia urgently needed to conduct a “complete and transparent” investigation. The foreign ministries of Italy and Canada also condemned the incident, which is not the first time that western countries have accused Russia of “poisoning” government critics and activists. Britain had previously claimed that Moscow had poisoned former Russian intelligence agent skripal and his daughter, but the Russian side believed that London had not produced evidence. Russia’s “news” said that Lin Ke, one of the developers of “noviquek”, said that navaline’s symptoms are not like “noviquek” poisoning at all, otherwise he would have died rather than be in a coma. < / P > < p > German political analyst Rahl believes that the navaline incident will benefit the United States. After the German government announced that navarine had been poisoned, US Republican Senator Gordon tweeted to stop the “beixi-2” project and bring “the Russians to justice,” Russian satellite news agency reported Wednesday. Eliot, head of the information service of the White House National Security Council, said on the 2nd that Russia had used the poison in the past and the United States would work with the international community and allies to investigate the responsibility of the relevant personnel, the opinion newspaper said. U.S. Senator menendes said that if the Russian government is found to be involved in the incident, the United States should impose sanctions on Russia. According to the report, the United States is not interested in navaline’s health, and freezing “beixi-2” is more meaningful for them, so the “poisoning” incident is more like a planned attack on the project. < / P > < p > the call to stop the “beixi-2” project in Germany is also rising again because of this incident. According to Der Spiegel, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the German Bundestag, rodrigen asked Germany to review all cooperation with Russia, including the “beixi-2” project. Kubic, deputy speaker of the Bundestag of the Liberal Democratic Party, warned that the “beixi-2” project must be stopped quickly. German opposition Green Party also said on the 2nd that in view of the incident, the party asked the government to terminate the implementation of the “beixi-2” project. < / P > < p > Merkel recently said that Germany should complete the construction of “beixi-2” project, which is unreasonable to link this issue with the navaline incident. Germany will suffer huge losses if the project is stopped, a German television station said on the 3rd. According to Agence France Presse, US President trump has led to the deterioration of transatlantic relations. In this case, Germany’s domestic voice that Berlin cannot alienate Moscow is growing. Isis Singh, head of the Munich Security Council, warned against cutting off German Russian relations too suddenly. “We can’t build a wall between Germany and Russia.”.