In the Kremlin do not see the connection between the murder of Russians in Vienna and Kadyrov
In the Kremlin do not see the connection between the murder in Austria of a Chechen blogger and Kadyrov the head of Chechnya has nothing to do here, said press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
Earlier the representative of police Walter Shwarzenegger reported RIA Novosti, that asylum-seekers from Russia, was killed on Saturday evening in the city of Gerasdorf near Vienna. The suspect is also a citizen of Russia - detained. According to Austrian newspaper Österreich, shot and killed - natives of Chechnya. As previously reported by the TV channel OE24, the investigation believes that the murder was custom-made. According to the channel, we are talking about 43-year-old native of Chechnya, who led a vlog on YouTube under the name "Anzor from Vienna". Born in the U. Mamichan arrived in Austria in 2005 and recently received the passport of the foreigner in the name of Martin B.
The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov believes that the murder of Chechen blogger in Austria involved in foreign intelligence services working against Russia. Kadyrov noted that he had observed the development of rumors surrounding the events in Vienna, and eventually became convinced "of bias information machine," which hyped the story of his involvement in the murder, having no official statements of the investigating authorities.
Answering the question about how did Putin and Kadyrov for this reason, Peskov said: "Well, what does Ramzan Kadyrov". To clarify, what the media serves, "that the murdered critic of Kadyrov", the press Secretary of the President said: "Well, if served, well, look, it's common logic is irrelevant".
In clarifying the remark, that it is supposedly not the first murder of critics of Ramzan Kadyrov, Peskov said: "I don't know, here I can't talk that way, impossible to say". "If you believe that he is with me, and tell me what you mean?", asked the press Secretary of the head of state at the journalist.
After the remark of the journalist that Kadyrov denies any suspicions, Peskov said: "Well, it must be so asked and he denies, and certainly can't understand what's going on".