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The Russian Interior Ministry is ready to join the investigation into the "Litvinenko case"
The Russian Interior Ministry is ready to join the investigation into the "Litvinenko case," deputy head of operation search bureau # 1 of the Ministry's criminal investigation department Alexander Kshevitsky said. "At present, criminal police are not participating in any way in the investigation into this crime. But if we receive an official proposal to join the probe, we'll be working," Kshevitsky said. Former officer of Russia's Federal Security Service /FSB/ Alexander Litvinenko died in London on November 23 of poisoning with polonium-210, a radioactive substance. Scotland Yard is investigating his death. The Russian Prosecutor General's Office opened a criminal case over the murder of Litvinenko and attempted assassination of businessman Dmitry Kovtun. The investigators are interacting with the Interpol in this case.
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