Uncle of Pakistani man who was attacked in Moscow reveals details
The young man said that he was attacked by a Caucasian man.
The uncle of the Pakistani citizen attacked in Moscow said that the beaten Navid Sikander lives with Moscow together with them.
Yesterday, he went to buy some food and was attacked. According to his uncle, the young man arrived in the capital to help him conduct business. Navid Sikander has two higher educations, but does not speak Russian.
The uncle of the victim told the police that the assailant was often seen in the district. Previously, his nephew said he was sure that it was a Chechen.
Russia’s deposit insurance agency asked the court to involve an offshore company Clement Glory in a case against a fugitive banker and an ex-owner of Vneshprombank Georgy Bedzhamov. Clement Glory turned out to hold Bedzhamov’s real estate in Great Britain in pawn, reports RBC.