Russia ready to help Germany in row over Georgian’s murder: Putin

PARIS: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday (Dec 9) said Moscow was ready to help Germany in the investigation over the murder of a Georgian man in Berlin which has rekindled diplomatic tensions between the two countries.

"We need to find the guilty ones and along with the Chancellor (Angela Merkel) do everything to help our German colleagues," he told reporters in Paris, while denying it was a "crisis" between the countries.



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Germany last week expelled two Russian diplomats after prosecutors said Moscow could be behind the killing of the former Chechen rebel commander in a Berlin park.

Zelimkhan Khangoshvili, a 40-year-old Georgian national, was sRead More – Source