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Imprisoned Russian politician Alexei Navalny, a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said he was suffering from worsening back pain due to prolonged solitary confinement, which authorities say was a deliberate strategy to undermine his health.

Navalny said in a Twitter post that he was also injected with unknown drugs.

“This is how the system works when you are not allowed to hit someone, but your bosses want you to hurt them badly,” Navalny said.

“For example, I have a problem with my spine. It is clear what needs to be done to exacerbate the problem and make me as immobile as possible,” Navalny, 46, said on social media through his lawyers and allies.

Navalny said: “If you put a person in a cell where he can stand or sit on an iron stool for 16 hours a day, even a healthy person will undoubtedly suffer from lower back pain after a month under these conditions. This is how I spent the last 3 months. Naturally, my back hurts a lot.”

Navalny said that he wanted to see a doctor for a month and a half, and when the doctor finally came, he saw himself only for five minutes; however, he clarified that he did not disclose either the diagnosis or the medication he had prescribed.

Navalny stated that he was given injections, but when he asked, he was told that these were vitamins prescribed by a doctor.

Navalny, who said the injections were bad, said he was uncomfortable taking medication he didn’t know about.

The Reuters news agency has asked for comment from the federal penitentiary agency responsible for the penal colony east of Moscow where Navalny is being held, but has yet to hear back.

The Twitter post also included footage from his medical records, which Navalnin said was given to him a month after he asked to see them.

The handwritten papers were difficult to read. The notes indicated that he “complains of a degenerative-dystrophic disease of the spine, frequent pain in the back and right hip, numbness of both feet.

One of the notes said that when Navalny was advised to see a doctor, he refused.

Navalny is a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the war in Ukraine.

Navalny, who was poisoned by a nerve agent during a visit to Siberia in 2020, was treated in Germany for several months.

Navalny is serving 11 and a half years in prison for a range of crimes, including corruption and contempt of court. His allies and Western governments believe Navalny is being accused of making false accusations aimed at silencing him.

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