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 Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said yesterday, that he would fly back to Russia on January 17 from Germany, where he has been recovering after being poisoned, shrugging off potential legal risks that could see him jailed, report reuters. Navalny was airlifted to Germany for treatment in August after collapsing on a plane in what Germany and other Western nations say was an attempt to murder him with a Novichok nerve agent. But Russian authorities deny any involvement in the incident.
His announcement came a day after court documents showed Russian authorities had asked a court to jail him for allegedly breaking the terms of a suspended sentence for what he says was a politically-motivated conviction.  Navalny wrote on Instagram, President Vladimir Putin’s servants are acting as usual by fabricating new criminal cases against me. But I’m not interested in what they’re going to do to me.
Russia is my country, Moscow is my city and I miss it,” he wrote.
 Navalny said he had probably almost fully recovered his health.
Russia’s Federal Prison Service (FSIN) last month ordered Navalny to immediately fly back, and to report at a Moscow office or be jailed if he failed to return in time.
 The Kremlin has said no evidence he was poisoned and has denied trying to harm him. Navalny is free to return to Russia at any time like any other Russian citizen.