MOSCOW, 4 February. The German government is not so and has provided information about the investigation of the incident with the girl from Russia who has been subjected to violence.
Moscow calls on Germany to provide information on the case about the girl Lisa
This was stated by the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
“The foreign Ministers of Russia and Germany discussed the matter (the conversation took place a week ago – approx.). From Germany there were assurances that no data will be otivates and all information on diplomatic channels will be provided, as the victims are the citizen of the Russian Federation”, – said Zakharov.
“A week passed. No information on diplomatic channels was not provided, I hope that assurances will not remain just assurances,” – said Zakharov.
The incident with the girl from Russia
About the history of the 13-year-old schoolgirl last week told Russian First channel. With reference to the relatives of the girl, he said that the migrants had allegedly committed violent acts against her. Police confirmed that the girl really one day were missing, but later found. The official statement of the custody order stated that .
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The case got wide publicity as social media began to proliferate rumors that the police had allegedly not taken legal steps. The guards have stated that they categorically will not allow to accuse him of inaction.
On 23 January in front of the Federal Chancellery in Berlin , in which participated living in Germany come from countries of the former USSR.
The rally was held under the slogan “Protest against sexual violence against women and girls by immigrants and refugees.” Application to demonstrate was filed by the organization calling itself the international Convention of Russian Germans.
The Russian side has every reason to demand a fair and prompt investigation on the incident and provide information in full
official representative of Russian foreign Ministry
Author: Irina MOKHOVA