The European Parliament adopting a resolution on Russia devalues its importance and hinders attempts to return the situation in the EU in the normal direction, it is reported in the notes to the official envoy of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia Alexander Lukashevich.
on Thursday the European Parliament at its plenary session in Strasbourg adopted a resolution in which the murder of politician Boris Nemtsov. MEPs said that " this murder is one of a growing number of unresolved politically motivated crimes and suspicious deaths that have occurred in Russia Since 1998 ".
the foreign Ministry called "cynical" that the people's representatives " does not shy away from even speculation on the tragic death of a man in selfish political purposes."
"Such resolutions, the European Parliament not only devalues its importance, but also causes direct harm attempts to return the situation in the European Union to normal. Who wins - it is easy to guess, " said foreign Ministry.
in addition to call for an international investigation into the murder of Boris Nemtsov, MEPs in solution also expressed concern, as has been shown in previous resolutions, the refusal of the Russian authorities to cooperate With an independent and international investigation into the accident (Ukraine) airplane (flight) MH17 and several other criminal cases.
because of this, Lukashevich stressed that " only a sick imagination can see the connection between not having anything to do scenes in the team Solyanka, which made the proposal in Strasbourg ".
He also focused on the provisions of the decision on the inquiry disaster " Boeing ". The MFA says that Russia was the first and really the only country that immediately and publicly provided available data objective observations related to disaster ".
"Advise members to pay their unspent energy to those countries that are twisted round the investigation process, and get them to send all materials need to restore the full picture of what happened," reads the explanation Lukashevich.
Boris Nemtsov was born on 9 October 1959 in Sochi. In September 1991 he was appointed representative of the President of Russia in Nizhny Novgorod region, in 1995, defeated in the elections of Nizhny Novgorod head. In 1997 he became the 1st Vice-Prime Minister, From March to December at the same time he was Minister of fuel and energy, was the Chairman of the governmental Commission for operational problems. In March 1998, dismissed from the Cabinet of Ministers Viktor Chernomyrdin. Since April 1998 he held the post of Vice-Premier in the government of Sergei Kiriyenko, but already filed August message about the dismissal. Read more in