It comes as two of Navalny's allies won local parliament seats in the Siberian city of Tomsk, where he fell ill while campaigning.
Russian Federation has angrily dismissed Germany's findings, saying its doctors found no trace of poison when Navalny was first taken to hospital in Siberia and Putin this week dismissed "unsubstantiated claims" over his top critic's illness.
The Siberian transport police, who have been retracing Navalny's movements, said in a statement Russian Federation would be preparing a request for its officers and an "expert" to shadow German investigators. Last week, Berlin's Charite hospital that has been treating Navalny said his condition has improved and he is being weaned off mechanical ventilation.
Russian Federation wants to question Navalny at his Berlin hospital, with Siberian transport police, who have been retracing his movements, saying Friday that Russian Federation would be preparing a request for officers and an "expert" to shadow German investigators.
Western countries have requested an explanation from Moscow, which says the accusations that it was involved in the poisoning are unfounded.
Russia's political opposition Monday claimed a symbolic victory in regional elections that were dominated by pro-Kremlin candidates and marred by allegations of fraud. "We call on Russian Federation to fulfill its commitments under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and to guarantee these rights, including the right to freedom of expression, to its citizens". "In that context, we have many questions to ask the German side".
In a statement, Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said testing by a special German military laboratory had shown "proof without doubt of a chemical nerve agent from the Novichok group".
Navalny's case has prompted worldwide calls for Russian Federation to carry out a transparent investigation or risk sanctions.
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"For some reason, we haven't received a response from our German counterparts", Peskov said.
They identified where Navalny stayed, what he and ate and that he drank "wine and an alcoholic cocktail".
He said Moscow did not understand why Russian Federation was not being given the same access as the French and Swedish laboratories that were allowed to re-test Navalny's medical samples.
"On the other hand, what happened to Navalny caused a shock", Stanovaya said, noting that some of those who did not support him in the past may now change their minds.
"There are samples from Navalny on the Russian side", she added.
In his first public statement since he collapsed on a flight to Moscow in August, Mr Navalny wrote: "Hi, this is Navalny".
The votes are among an array of local elections being held across Russia's regions on Sunday. Moscow responded by pointing to the lack of evidence in Berlin's claims and noting that Russian doctors had found no toxic substances in Navalny.