The assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations for human rights Ivan Simonovic tried to convince meticulously investigate the murder of a Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.
Co-chair of the party "RPR-Parnas" Boris Nemtsov, in the past occupied a number of high posts in the government of the Russian Federation, and then joining the opposition, in the night of Saturday, was killed in the capital of Russia on the Big Moskvoretsky bridge. The investigation is considering several versions of lawlessness, including murder.
"We call for a thorough investigation into his death," said mayor simonovi?.
He also said that the UN does not know that the Germans were preparing a report as if the background of the Russian Federation to the conflict in the East of Ukraine.
"No," said Simonovic, when asked about it, they know the UN about such intentions Nemtsov.
The West many times accused Moscow to participate in the domestic conflict, also occasionally sounded accusations that the Russian Federation sends to the East of Ukraine troops and weapons. Russia these accusations fundamentally denies, stating that it is not a party to domestic conflict and that the Russian troops in Ukraine " No ". Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is interested in Ukraine rather overcame political and economic crisis. In the capital of Russia noted that all charges against her on as if the intervention in the Ukrainian crisis unsubstantiated.
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