In the interests of Moscow to achieve an objective investigation into the murder of former state Duma Deputy Denis Boronenkov in Kiev, said the first Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on legislation Yuri sinelschikov (CPRF). His words are quoted by the national News Service (NSN) on Thursday, March 23.
“I believe that, first of all, in the interests of Russia to restore the truth of what happened. This is outrageous, and whatever it was — he changed the party to change the party and the Motherland is the second question. A glaring fact, is a wild massacre!” he said.
Sinelshchikov said that what happened in Ukraine can not be treated indifferently.
In turn, Deputy Chairman of the CPRF Central Committee, state Duma Deputy Vladimir Kashin called the killing Boronenkov an internal affair of Ukraine. He recalled that the deceased was a citizen of this country.
“If every day they shoot, kill in the Ukraine, what can we expect from the nationalists and all kinds of fascists — only such news,” Cashin said in an interview to “360”.
Voronenkov was killed in Central Kiev in the afternoon of 23 March on the way to a meeting with the Russian opposition leader Ilya Ponomarev. Unknown opened fire when the former Deputy, along with the guard came out of the hotel. According to available information, the assailant was wounded by a bodyguard and arrested.
Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the words of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the “style of the Russian special services” in the murder Boronenkov, declared that in Moscow consider absurd statements about the involvement of the Russian side to the death of the former MP.
Denis Boronenkov, a former Deputy of the state Duma from the Communist party. At the end of last year, together with his wife Maria Maksakova, also a former Deputy, moved to Ukraine, having received, in his words, citizenship in this country. Russia was declared in the international search. According to investigators, ex-MP involved in the theft of the candy enterprise “Volume” at the International street in Moscow.