Display results as :


Rechercher Advanced Search

RSS feeds


Social bookmarking

Social bookmarking Digg  Social bookmarking Delicious  Social bookmarking Reddit  Social bookmarking Stumbleupon  Social bookmarking Slashdot  Social bookmarking Yahoo  Social bookmarking Google  Social bookmarking Blinklist  Social bookmarking Blogmarks  Social bookmarking Technorati  

Bookmark and share the address of UKRAINE ENGLISH NEWS on your social bookmarking website

February 2017

Calendar Calendar

Who is online?
In total there are 18 users online :: 1 Registered, 0 Hidden and 17 Guests :: 1 Bot


Most users ever online was 229 on Sat Aug 08, 2015 11:03 pm

German human rights activists: Customer murder Nemtsov is Putin

View previous topic View next topic Go down

German human rights activists: Customer murder Nemtsov is Putin

Post by Admin on Sun Jun 07, 2015 9:26 am

After 100 days after the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, a former deputy of the European Parliament and the Bundestag, the German human rights activist Werner Schulz expressed the opinion that ordered the killing is Vladimir Putin.

In an interview with Die Welt, published on Saturday, June 6, he said that the investigation does not end, because it is necessary to follow the trail and it will lead to the Kremlin. "In my opinion, the customer is Vladimir Putin," - said Schultz.

The human rights activist believes that the killing was an attempt to intimidate the entire Russian opposition and could be related to the conflict in Ukraine, as the Germans are going to make public the evidence that Russia is waging war there. According to Schultz, Nemtsov in Russia believe, and if he has published such information, it would have caused a great resonance.

Schultz also said that he met with Nemtsov back in the 1990s, during one of his visits to Russia. According to him, the Russian politician was already actively interested in Western culture and democracy.

Death Nemtsov considerably weakened the opposition, human rights activist convinced. "He was an outstanding personality, and, in my opinion, the only one that could change something in the country", - said the former deputy of the European Parliament. Now, according to Schultz, Putin's main competitor is eliminated, and the case will not be solved, as well as many other assassinations in Russia. In Russian


Posts : 11901
Join date : 2015-05-20
Location : United States

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum