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 Law enforcers are analyzing video of Makhauri's car explosion, no details can be unveiled so far, - Interior Ministry

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Law enforcers are investigating a criminal case into the explosion of the car of Georgian citizen Timur Makhauri, who was killed in the blast on Friday, Sept. 8, and analyzing the video from the scene.

Director of communications department of Interior Ministry Artem Shevchenko told Interfax-Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.

"We are investigating, analyzing the video, but do not disclose any details for legal reasons," Shevchenko said on Wednesday.

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As reported, Sept. 8 in the evening, a car was blown up in Kyiv downtown, killing Georgian citizen Timur Makhauri. A woman sitting next to the driver was taken to hospital in grave condition, and the third passenger, her seven-year-old daughter, only suffered a burn and is now safe.

Police is investigating the incident as a homicide and says the crime might be also investigated as a terrorist attack.

The explosive was and equivalent of 600 gram to 1 kg of TNT. Police say they have several versions of the incident.

SBU said Makhauri has long been a target for Russian secret services. He was born in the Chechen Republic and was a personal enemy of Ramzan Kadyrov. In 1999-2000 Makhauri participated in clashes with Russian troops in Dagestan, and in 2008 - in combat activities in Georgia against Russia.
 
 
 
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