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The Russian Prosecutor-General’s Office has confirmed “one Russian citizen has been questioned at a Moscow clinic over the Litvinenko case”
The Russian Prosecutor-General’s Office has confirmed “one Russian citizen has been questioned at a Moscow clinic over the Litvinenko case.” “Although the request (from the British side for legal assistance in investigating the death of former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko – ITAR-TASS) contains certain discrepancies with international standards (the flaws are being eliminated) Russian and British specialists have begun detective work.” “On December 5 a Russian citizen mentioned in Britain’s request, currently kept at a Moscow hospital, was questioned,” the Prosecutor-General’s Office said without disclosing the name of the person. The questioning was part of joint measures the Russian Prosecutor-General’s Office agreed to hold with British officials at Britain’s request. Earlier, representatives of Andrei Lugovoi’s business partner, Dmitry Kovtun, told Itar-Tass that Kovtun had been questioned in the capacity of a witness by Russian and British law enforcers. “He gave answers to all questions put to him,” the sources said.
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