Peskov told about the lack of barriers for the return of widow Boronenkov in Russia

Maria Maksakova

The widow of the killed in Kiev, a former state Duma Deputy, Denis Boronenkov, Opera singer Maria Maksakova may freely return to Russia, said the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov. His words leads RIA Novosti on Thursday, March 23.

“Check her, no closed, she doesn’t have to apply [for a permit],” said the official representative of the Kremlin.

Earlier on Thursday the Deputy of the state Duma from “United Russia” Yevgeny Revenko said that there is a serious threat to the life Maksakova. He advised her to seek protection at the Russian Embassy.

Federal news Agency published a video in which Maksakova taken away from the murder site wife in for questioning.

Husband Maksakova, a former state Duma Deputy, was killed in Central Kiev in the afternoon of 23 March. Unknown opened fire on Voronenkov when he came out of the hotel with a security guard. The alleged killer was detained, he was
is in the hospital with a wound.

In early March the Investigative Committee of Russia announced Boronenkov in the international search. The Agency had planned to bring him as a defendant of fraud in especially large size.

Ex-MP called the criminal case against him was fabricated. He also told me that she received Ukrainian citizenship on 6 December 2016 — right after the end of parliamentary powers. On Ukraine, he moved with Maksakova, also a former MP.