Several Navalny allies dismissed the hospital transfer announced by the prison service as insufficient.
Mr Navalny's family and team raised the alarm about his health last month when the Kremlin's most outspoken critic went on hunger strike to protest the prison administration's refusal to let him see a civilian doctor following pains in his back and legs.
"All the symptoms that he had before, they remain the same".
"The worst thing you could do is put China and Russian Federation together, and they are together, and they get forced together", Trump emphasized.
Mr Navalny is to be transferred to a hospital for prisoners located in another penal colony in Vladimir, a city 110 miles east of Moscow, the state prison service, FSIN, said in a statement. The Kremlin said it did not have information on Navalny's condition and it was not the role of President Vladimir Putin to monitor the health of prisoners.
Navalny's case has further isolated Moscow at a time when US President Joe Biden's administration has announced tougher economic sanctions and the Czech Republic, a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union, has expelled Russian spies, accusing Moscow of a role in deadly 2014 explosions at an arms storage depot. "All that naturally has a negative effect on a starving man who already had no strength".
Ivan Zhdanov, head of Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation, said on Twitter the move "can only be understood to mean Navalny's condition has worsened, and worsened in such a way that even the torturer admits it".
Maas also demanded that Russian authorities give Navalny swift access to proper medical care.
Navalny was arrested in January upon his return from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from a nerve agent poisoning he blames on the Kremlin - an accusation Russian officials have rejected. While Navalny was able to meet with Liptser Monday, the lawyer said he was continuing his hunger strike and "in general his look indicates he is really unwell". Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said police will treat any unauthorized protests as illegal. US has expelled Russian diplomats alleging Russian interference in US Election.
Russian Federation replied with sanctions of its own a day later.
The United States has warned Russia of unspecified "consequences" should Navalny die in Russian jail, and the White House said Monday that it is monitoring the situation closely.
In a wry message Friday from prison, Navalny said authorities threatened to force-feed him "imminently", using a "straitjacket and other pleasures".
"The health of convicts in the Russia Federation can not and should not be a topic concerning them", said Mr. Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Faced with the largest deployment of Russian troops on Ukraine's borders since 2014, President Volodymyr Zelensky has requested more help from the West.
Although Russia-US relations are at a post-Cold War low, the two sides are still talking. The Kremlin said Putin would take part in a separate online climate summit that Biden is hosting on Thursday.
Concerns over Navalny's health have mounted against the background of a spike in tensions between Moscow and the West over a litany of issues, including Russia's troop build-up on Ukraine's border, interference in U.S. elections and other perceived hostile activities.
Liptser said he didn't have enough time with his client to confirm that: "They were searching him ahead of our meeting longer than our meeting had lasted".