Vladimir Kara-Murza holds up a copy of the report on "Winter Olympics in the Sub-Tropics" as Russian opposition leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov listens in January 2014

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Vladimir Kara-Murza, pictured with Boris Nemstov in 2014, is nicely sufficient to depart Russia for therapy

An outspoken Kremlin critic who fell right into a coma two years after a suspected poisoning has left Russia for therapy overseas.

Journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza, who works for pro-democracy group Open Russia, turned ailing earlier this month.

He has now recovered sufficient to depart the nation to hunt additional therapy, his lawyer Vadim Prokhorov stated on Fb on Sunday.

The activist practically died when he suffered sudden kidney failure in 2015.

Mr Kara-Murza, a buddy of opposition chief and former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov, who was shot lifeless in February 2015, fell right into a coma for every week, with checks revealing he had ingested a toxic substance.

Media captionEvgenia Kara Murza: “It looks like it’s (a deliberate poisoning)”

It’s unclear what prompted the newest collapse.

Nonetheless, Mr Prokhorov stated he was leaving Russia on Sunday “to undergo rehabilitation therapy after his second acute poisoning”.

He added: “The prognosis in his hospital discharge report remains to be the identical: ‘poisonous affect of an unknown substance’.”