Government of New Zealand intends to communicate with Ukraine’s authorities as the manifesto of shooter Brenton Tarrant accused of the attack at the mosque in Christchurch was sold in its territory as New Zealand Herald reported.
The issue is about the sale of 87-page manifesto of Christchurch’s shooter in hardcover by the neo-Nazi Ukrainian website. The deals are made at the encrypted messenger on the mentioned website. The text costs $4.
“I would no hesitation asking the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to make that kind of contact. It's abhorrent but we only have the ability to control what occurs within our jurisdiction. But I would have no hesitation sharing New Zealand's view with the Ukraine,” Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern stated.
In March 2019, a shooting occurred in Christchurch and Linwood mosques. Police defused explosive devices found in the cars after the shooting.
Later, law enforcers detained four participants of the attack – three men and one woman. One of the criminals was recording the shooting.
51 people died, 49 got injured in the terrorist attack.