Russia on Wednesday pledged “retaliatory measures” after Germany expelled two Russian diplomats and its prosecutors said Moscow ‘could be behind’ the killing of a former Chechen commander in Berlin.
“We are forced to carry out a series of retaliatory measures,” a representative of the Russian foreign ministry told AFP, declining to be identified.
Earlier Wednesday Germany expelled two Russian diplomats after prosecutors said Moscow could be behind the killing of a Chechen rebel commander.
Zelimkhan Khangoshvili, a 40-year-old Georgian national, was shot twice in the head at close range in Kleiner Tiergarten park in August, allegedly by a Russian man who was arrested …read more
Source:: Al-Manar TV