Russia has asked Turkey data on the deportation of the St. Petersburg suicide

The Consulate General of Russia in Istanbul asked the Turkish data on deportation from the Republic of Akbarjon Jalilova by the terrorist attacks in St. Petersburg metro. On Tuesday, April 11, said RIA Novosti the representative of the Russian Embassy.

“Officially, the Turkish authorities have nothing notified, we are waiting for their clarification,” — said the Agency interlocutor.

Earlier, on 11 April, the Turkish media reported that Jalilov more years spent in the country and were deported for violation of terms of stay. In particular, the publication Hürriyet Daily News wrote that the documents to leave the young man, presumably, was preparing the Russian Consulate General.

April 3 at metro St. Petersburg in the train, EN route from the metro station “Sennaya Ploschad” to the “Technological Institute”, an explosion occurred, which killed 14 people. It is established that the attack was committed by 22-year-old suicide Akbarjon Jalilov — an ethnic Uzbek from Kyrgyzstan, a few years ago, got a Russian passport.

Eight accomplices of terrorists were detained on 7 April. Six of them are in St. Petersburg, two in Moscow.