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Poroshenko demands to investigate explosion in Kyiv as soon as possible
18:01, 26 October 2017
Poroshenko demands to investigate explosion in Kyiv as soon as possible

Also, the president paid the condolence to the families of died

18:01, 26 October 2017

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President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko demanded from the law enforcers to investigate the explosion in Solomensky district of Kyiv as soon as possible as the press service of the president reported at Facebook.

‘I express sincere condolence to the families of the died in the result of the explosion near ‘Espresso’ TV channel. I sincerely wish the cure to the injured. And I strongly demand from the law enforcers to solve this bloody and cruel crime as soon as possible’, the president claimed.

Related: Assassination attempt on MP Mosiychuk: Chechen Kadyrov's revenge or far right infighting

As it was reported the explosion occurred yesterday near the building of ‘Espresso’ TV channel in Solomensky district of Kyiv. Three people injured and two died. MP from ‘Radykalna Party’ Ihor Mosiychuk was among the injured. Mosiychuk himself has wounds of limbs, back and stomach. He got operated, the surgery was effective.

Related: Assassination attempt on Mosiychuk: prosecutor voices major versions of the deadly blast

Ministry of Internal Affairs does not rule out Russian agencies involvement.

Note that Ihor Mosiychuk is the first deputy of the head of the parliamentary committee on the legislative support of the law protection activity.

Related: Death of bodyguard and passer-by: Details of assassination attempt on Mosiychuk

Three main version of the investigation were announced at the briefing of the Prosecutor General’s Office and Security Service of Ukraine: the assassination attempt of the special services of Russia, political activity and the assassination attempt on personal grounds.

Later, Espresso TV Channel published the video of the blast online.

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