The UN examines the material evidence in the murder of journalists in the Central African Republic

© AFP 2018 / Fred DufourЦентральноафриканская Republic. Archival photoThe UN examines the material evidence in the murder of journalists in the Central African Republic© 2018 AFP / Fred Dufour

CSU UN police working in the Central African Republic to a peacekeeping mission, continue to examine evidence from the scene of the murder of Russian journalists, said in an interview with RIA Novosti, the assistant UN Secretary-General on the rule of law and security institutions Alexander Zuev.

«Now there goes forensic examination, the bodies of the dead journalists had been studied with the support of forensic experts of the United Nations. Our experts are still on the car journalists ballistics and other», — said Zuev.

He recalled that the interrogation on the murder of journalists, began on July 31. «I want to note that the investigation of this crime can only deal with the law enforcement authorities of the Central African Republic,» — said assistant Secretary General.

«We promise on the part of the UN police in this situation, full support to these people who killed the Russian journalists, were identified, tracked down, brought to court and received what they are legally», — said Zuev.

In the Central African Republic 30 July killed Kirill Radchenko, Alexander Rastorguev and Orkhan Jemal, they were in possession of an expired press card various media. The RF IC opened a criminal case under article «murder». As reported by the Center for management investigation (sdgs), the journalists were filming a documentary about the presence of Russian military trainers in the Central African Republic, while the Russian foreign Ministry has described as absurd reports about the investigation into the activities of PMCs in the CAR, putting that office in March, reported sending instructors to the country. The Chapter «control Center investigations» Andrew konyahin August 29, said that the sdgs ceased operations.