Shortly before Voronenkov's murder his killer visited Donetsk People's Republic
Former soldier of the National Guard of Ukraine Pavel Parshov, who shot ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov on March 23 in Kiev, was seen in Donetsk two weeks before the assassination.
In an interview with the German newspaper Bild, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko told about this.
Lutsenko noted that Parshov visited the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) in the first week of March, 6 March. The Ukrainian special services searched the apartment, where he stayed with two companions. The Prosecutor General did not specify how this was done by the security officers.
In addition, Lutsenko said that it is known that he had contacts with the militias on areas beyond Kyiv's control. The Head of the Ukrainian supervisory agency made a conclusion that the organization was involved in the of the Voronenkov's murder.
Recall, murderer of Denis Voronenkov Pavel Parshov was mortally wounded by the guard of the former deputy and later died in the hospital.
As previously reported, resident of Dnepropetrovsk Pavel Parshov was put on the wanted list in November 2011 in the case of economic crimes. However, in 2015, Parshov was removed from the search for unknown reasons.
In addition, the criminal prosecution did not prevent Parshov from serving in the National Guard of Ukraine. It was reported that the killer served in a paramilitary unit connected with Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky.
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