Voronenkov buried in cemetery in the center of Kiev
The farewell ceremony of the ex-State Duma deputy was attended by several dozen people.
The former people's nominee Denis Voronenkov was buried in the Zverinetsky cemetery in Kiev, TASS reports.
As previously reported by the CrimeRussia, the burial service took place at St. Vladimir Cathedral and was attended by several dozen people, including the ex-deputy's widow Maria Maksakova, relatives and friends of the deceased, as well as former State Duma Deputy Ilya Ponomarev and some Ukrainian politicians.
The other day, Voronenkov's wife Maria Maksakova gave her first interview after her husband's death, in which she stated that she would not speculate or search for the perpetrators.
Let us recall that, as previously reported, Voronenkov was shot in front of Premier-Palas hotel. The Ukrainian law enforcement agencies reported that records from the CCTV cameras revealed the assassin had been following Voronenkov's car on Daewoo Lanos, and started shooting when the latter parked his car and got out of it together with his guard.
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