Germany says Russia does not make significant contribution to the investigation into Khangoshvili murder case
Germany says Russia does not make significant contribution to the investigation into Khangoshvili murder case

Russia does not make a significant contribution to the investigation into Zelimkhan Khangoshvili murder case, according to the statement issued by the German Ministry of Justice.

As the statement claims, German government agencies contacted the Russian authorities at least 12 times from August to December 2019 to obtain information on the case.

In addition, in December 2019, Germany formally applied to Russia twice for legal aid. According to the Ministry of Justice, the last response from the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation was received on June 2, 2020, but he did not make a significant contribution to the investigation.

Zelimkhan Khangoshvili was killed in Berlin on 23 August 2019. The Berlin Police arrested 48 years old Russian citizen on suspicion of killing.

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