Poroshenko: Nemtsov will always be Russia’s patriot and friend of Ukraine
"His life has proved that it is possible to combine both", says guarantor
Former Russia Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov will remain a patriot of Russia and a friend of Ukraine. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko wrote this on Facebook.
"Today, Boris Nemtsov would have turned 57 years. For us, Ukrainians, Boris Nemtsov will always be a Russian patriot and friend of Ukraine. It is his life that proved that it is possible to combine both if there is a wish", wrote Poroshenko.
As reported the hearings on the merits of the murder of Boris Nemtsov began in the Moscow District Military Court of Russia on Monday, October 3.
Former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia and Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov was murdered in Moscow on February 27, 2015. Five people were arrested after being convicted of the murder on March, 8, last year. Investigators believe the organizer of the murder still remains free.
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