The German foreign Ministry declared two employees of the Russian Embassy persona non grata because of the case about murder in Berlin
The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Germany declared persona non grata 2 employees of the Russian Embassy in connection with the murder of a citizen of Georgia in Berlin.
the Spiegel has informed that the Ministry summoned the Ambassador Sergei Nechaev and handed him the note, which urged the Russian Federation to cooperate with the General Prosecutor's office for homicide.
The Chairman of the Department of the Federation Council international Affairs Andrey Klimov in the explanation of the Last news said that Moscow will meet the mirror.
first of media stated that the government of German Chancellor Angela Merkel can impose diplomatic or other penalties against capital of Russia, if there is evidence that it is related to the deprivation of life of a citizen of Georgia.
Press Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov many times refuted the connection between elimination and the " official Russia ".
at the end of the summer, shot an Unidentified 40-year-old citizen of Georgia in the district of Moabit. According to the newspaper Berliner Kurier, the man received incompatible with life shot in the head. Several days later, police arrested 49-year-old Russian: the Prosecutor's office revealed that they've recovered the murder weapon.
As reported by the online magazine Spiegel, the investigation considered the most likely scenario " planned and professionally executed contract killing." It was stressed that the customer could either act Authorized the underworld, or the intelligence of a foreign country.
The thirtieth of August, the same journal published an article about the fact that the suspected has the ability to be an agent of the Russian special services. The verdict the authors have done due to the fact that the name of the suspect provided in the documents for a visa, according to them, is missing in the Russian banks data, and the number of his passport indicates the interior Ministry, which " has already given the documents to the military intelligence GRU ".
The official representative of the German government Steffen Seibert said that the government " has taken note of the media messages ".