Head of the Russian Federal Biomedical Agency (FMBA) Vladimir Uyba said Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat died a natural death and no repeated examination was indispensable.
"We finished and everyone agreed with our examination. Switzerland made an ambitious statement. But it agreed with us and confirmed our conclusions," Uyba said on Thursday.
"This is an absolutely fair investigation. No repeated examination is indispensable. So, the person died a natural death. No radioactive effects were revealed," the Russian official said.