Publicado: Jue, Diciembre 05, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Germany expels two Russian diplomats over assassination of Georgian man in Berlin

Germany expels two Russian diplomats over assassination of Georgian man in Berlin

Khangoshvili, who was living in Berlin with his family, was shot in the head as he walked home from a mosque in August. The Berlin State Prosecutor's office said on Twitter at the time the suspected weapon and bike were recovered in a nearby river.

'This is absolutely groundless speculation.

In late August, 40-year-old Zelimkhan Khangoshvili was shot in an "execution-style" killing at Berlin's Kleiner Tiergarten park. A man was quickly arrested but has given little information to police.

The diplomats have been designated as personae non gratae, the German Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, adding that the government suspects Russian intelligence agencies were involved in the shooting.

The prosecutors' announcement that they are investigating the case, ramps up pressure on Angela Merkel to address the possibility of Kremlin's involvement, and take actions which will likely cause diplomatic relations between the two countries to deteriorate.

"There are sufficient factual grounds to suggest that the killing. was carried out either on behalf of state agencies of the Russian Federation or those of the Autonomous Chechen Republic, as part of the Russian Federation", Germany's federal prosecutor said on Wednesday.

Vadim S appeared for the first time in a Russian domestic passport in 2015.

He has been named by police only as Vadim S.

He left his hotel in Warsaw on August 22 and his movements between then and the murder were unclear, it said.

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Finalmente, se afirma que el proceso de concientización para erradicar las conductas , serán guiadas por expertas en la materia. La canción nació en Chile como respuesta a la violencia de género y fue replicada en muchos países.

But the company was not operational and a fax number for the firm was registered to another company belonging to Russia's defence ministry.

Vadim S is an alias, prosecutors say.

Using facial recognition techniques, investigators were able to match the suspect to a photograph as part of request for help Russian Federation sent to partner agencies in 2014 seeking the arrest of Vadim K. for a killing in Moscow.

The site said he had previously been accused of murdering a Russian businessman in Moscow in 2013 in which the attacker also used a bicycle to approach the victim.

The German foreign ministry said it was responding in this way because Russian authorities had not cooperated in investigations into the murder.

On Wednesday, Russia's embassy in Berlin described the German step as politicised and said it was deeply disappointed by the decision.

'We are forced to carry out a series of retaliatory measures, ' a representative of the Russian foreign ministry said.

Witnesses saw the suspect disposing of the evidence after the killing and alerted police, who quickly identified and arrested the man, identified at the time as 48-year-old Russian national Vadim K. Prosecutors said he went by the alias Vadim S., and German and worldwide news outlets have reported his full name as Vadim Sokolov.

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