The Union of journalists of Russia rejected the “Russian trace” in the death of Sheremet

The head of the Union of journalists of Russia Vsevolod Bogdanov was expelled “Russian trace” in the death of the journalist Pavel Sheremet, reports “Interfax”.

“It’s just a desire somehow to confuse the investigation. I don’t believe in “Russian trace”, — he said.

According to Bogdanov, the investigation into the death of Sheremet the Russian Union of journalists will be controlled jointly by the international Federation of journalists and the European Federation of journalists.

“We will do everything possible to arranged all points about the whole incident,” — said Bogdanov.

That in the death of Sheremet can be guessed for the “Russian trace” earlier in his Facebook wrote adviser to the interior Minister Anton Geraschenko.

“The investigation will consider all possible versions of murder of Pavel Sheremet. Primarily associated with his work as a journalist. Not excluding Russian trace”, — said Gerashchenko.

Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in Kiev on Wednesday morning, July 20. The car in which he rode the airwaves, exploded. The car belonged to the head of the edition “Ukrainian truth”, which worked Sheremet, Alena Pritula. The cause of the explosion, the interior Ministry said an explosive device. The police incident is pre-classified as murder.