fallback-image

Merkel expects Russia to cooperate in dispute over killing of Georgian

PARIS (Reuters) – Chancellor Angela Merkel said she had told Russian President Vladimir Putin in bilateral talks in Paris on Monday that Germany expects Russia to provide information for an investigation into the murder of a Georgian man in Berlin.

German prosecutors suspect Russian or Chechen involvement in the murder of the man in a Berlin park in August. Russia has denied any involvement and said last week it would retaliate for what it called Germany’s “unfriendly” move.

(Writing by Paul Carrel; Editing by Leslie Adler)

Related Posts

‘Handful’ of Russians denied place at Olympics over doping suspicions

‘Handful’ of Russians denied place at Olympics over doping suspicions

More than 200 migrants climb fence to enter Spanish enclave of Melilla

More than 200 migrants climb fence to enter Spanish enclave of Melilla

Spain sees uptake of vaccines by younger people as COVID-19 cases surge

Spain sees uptake of vaccines by younger people as COVID-19 cases surge

Brisbane to host the 2032 Olympic Games

Brisbane to host the 2032 Olympic Games

No Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *