KIEV. August 1. UNN. UN officials involved in the investigation into the deaths of three Russian journalists in the Central African Republic (CAR), did not have any information about their abduction and torture before the murder. About it the correspondent of TASS said Wednesday on the phone representative of a multidimensional UN mission for stabilization in Central African Republic (MINUSCA) Vladimir Monteiro, informs UNN.
“We have no information about what happened before the moment we found their bodies, he said. So I can’t confirm this information.” Earlier electronic edition Palmares Centrafrique, citing its own sources reported that before the murder of Russian journalists in the Central African Republic has been kidnapped by the rebels and interrogated. The publication suggests that the crime may be linked rebels from the Muslim rebel movement Seleka.
“The investigation is ongoing but at the moment there are no results,” added Monteiro. Earlier, the Deputy spokesman of the UN Secretary General Farhan Haq said that the police squad UN went to the city of sibut to help the local police with the investigation.
As reported UNN, the UN will support government CARS in the investigation of the murder of Russian journalists.