RF, Georgia To Decide On Extradition Of Suspect Killer Of 2 Police

RF, GEORGIA TO DECIDE ON EXTRADITION OF SUSPECT KILLER OF 2 POLICE

ITAR-TASS News Agency, Russia
June 28, 2006 Wednesday

Russia and Georgia will decide soon on the extradition to Russia of
a suspected killer of two Moscow policemen, Russian Interior Minister
Rashid Nurgaliyev said here on Wednesday.

"One of the attackers on Moscow policemen was detained in Georgia on
murder suspicions. The issue of his extradition to Russia will be
solved soon," Nurgaliyev emphasized. According to him, another six
suspects in this case are put on the international wanted list.

The minister recalled that two policemen from the police department
in the Chertanovo Severnoye district of Moscow were killed protecting
an Armenian family in Moscow on April 28. It was found out during
the investigation that the ethnic criminal group committed an armed
attack on the apartment where the Armenian family lived and killed
two policemen. "All attackers have been established," Nurgaliyev
pointed out.

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