German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged to await the outcome of the trial in the murder of a citizen of Georgia in Berlin, before talking about further action in the case.
Earlier the state office of public Prosecutor of Germany has announced that it has sent to court the case of the Russian citizen, who is accused of murder of Georgian citizen in Berlin in August 2019. In this regard, the Russian Ambassador Sergey Nechayev was summoned to the German foreign Ministry, said on Thursday the foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas. The Minister added that "the German government unconditionally reserves the right to further action in this case." The Ambassador in turn stated that the threat of new measures against Russia, if implemented, will not remain without reaction.
Statements of the German authorities about the involvement of Russian state structures to the murder in Berlin in August 2019 a Georgian citizen Zelimkhan khangoshvili is not supported by evidence, threats of new measures against Russia, if implemented, will not remain without reaction, said Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergei Nechaev.
Earlier Thursday, foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas said that Nechayev summoned to the foreign Ministry of Germany in connection with the murder of a citizen of Georgia in Berlin. The Prosecutor General's office of Germany on the same day announced that it had submitted to the court case of a citizen of Russia, who is accused of murder. The Ambassador came to the foreign Ministry about 16.10 local time (17.10 GMT), his car drove straight into the territory of the Agency, the diplomat did not communicate with the press upon arrival. 40 minutes later he left the Ministry, but also did not speak waiting outside with the media of Russia and Germany.
At the chamber court of Berlin Senate confirmed receipt of the materials in the case of Russia, accused of murder in 2019, said RIA Novosti the official representative of Department Lisa Jani.
"I can confirm that the material allegations entered the chamber court. The exact timing of the consideration can not say yet. Now the materials will be tested, the prosecution must formally apply to the parties to the process will determine the timing of responses, and then the court will decide, will there be trial on this charge" - she said.
The state office of public Prosecutor of Germany has sent to court the case of the Russian citizen, who is accused of murder of Georgian citizen in Berlin in August 2019, according to the press service of the Ministry.
"The Federal Prosecutor's office on 18 June 2020 filed charges in the court chamber of the Senate of Berlin against a Russian citizen Vadim K., also known as Vadim. Accused is suspected of murder and violating the law on arms trafficking", - stated in the message, it says that the Russians "got the job... eliminate Georgian citizen of Chechen origin", this task he performed in Berlin in August last year.