Scientists have proven the authenticity of the remains of Nicholas II
The adept of the Investigative Committee told during the examination of the "Yekaterinburg remains", which approximately belong to the last Emperor of the Russian Empire and his wife.
To date, scientists have managed to qualify their authenticity - they actually have no doubt that we are dealing with the remains of Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna.
The research team wants to determine the authenticity of the "Yekaterinburg remains", concluded that they actually belong to members of the Imperial house of the Romanovs - Nicholas II and his wife, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. This was announced by the official representative of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Vladimir Markin.
"The conducted research once again shows the authenticity of the investigated "Yekaterinburg remains", - he explained. According to Markin, experts will continue to research in order to find proof of acquired information, informs TASS.
"Highly reliable to obtain a final conclusion about identifying the skulls of experts will conduct research work on the subsidiary genetic systems. Will also compare with the closest relatives, even with samples of blood taken from the clothes of the Emperor Alexander II", - said the adept of the Investigative Committee. Auxiliary examination is conducted in the framework of a criminal investigation about the death of the Royal family, which was renewed at the request of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Days.Roo was informed that the remains, which likely belong to Nicholas II, were sent to Moscow to conduct genetic research at the end of September 2015. Additional investigation confirmed the descendants of the last ruler. "The Russian Imperial house, the famous Duchess Maria of Russia welcomes the resumption of the criminal case, welcomes the fact that the voice of the Church was heard," - said the Director of the office of the house of Romanov Alexander Zakatov.