The Kremlin commented on the “Russian trace” in the murder Boronenkov

The Kremlin commented on the “Russian trace” in the murder Boronenkov

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on the statements of Kiev about the “Russian trace” in the murder of former state Duma Deputy, Denis Boronenkov.

“We believe that any allegations that have heard about the notorious Russian trace, are absurd”, — quoted Peskov, “RIA Novosti”.

The press Secretary added that the murder Boronenkov said that the Ukrainian side failed to ensure his safety. According to Peskov, Moscow hopes that all involved in the crime will be revealed. Peskov added that “murder is always a tragedy”. He noted that the murder Boronenkov was reported to the President of Russia.

In Kiev killed the former Deputy of the state Duma Boronenkov

Boronenkov shot in the afternoon of 23 March in the center of Kiev. The security guard of former MP managed to wound the killer. Now the shooter is in intensive care, his identity is not yet established. The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine brought criminal case upon murder eks-the Deputy of the state Duma.

The Ukrainian authorities have already announced the first version of the story. The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko in his Facebook wrote that the murder Boronenkov has become “ordinary for the Kremlin revealing the execution witnesses” in the case of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych”.

Russian trace in the murder of ex-Deputy of the state Duma Boronenkov saw and Deputy head of the National police of Ukraine, the head of the Main investigative Department Oleksandr Vakulenko. He called the key version of the murder Boronenkov “the actions of the Russian Federation”.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, commenting on the incident, said that we are talking about the “act of state terrorism” on the part of Russia. According to Poroshenko, Boronenkov was “one of the main witnesses of Russian aggression against Ukraine” and one of those who knew about the role of Yanukovych in the entry to Ukraine of Russian troops.