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The murder of Saimaiti. Deputies requested information from the State Committee for National Security, the Prosecutor’s Office and the Financial Police “Parliament” www.24.kg

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The deputy commission to investigate the circumstances of the murder in Turkey of a businessman from the People’s Republic of China Aierken Saimaiti will begin work as soon as it receives all the necessary information from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Prosecutor General’s Office, the State Committee for National Security, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the State Security Service. Requests sent. About it 24.kg said the head of the commission Talant Mamytov.

According to him, full-fledged sessions will begin next week with the participation of journalists. When asked whether the ex-deputy chairman of the Customs Service, Raiymbek Matraimov, would be invited to hear the testimony of the former chief of staff of the President’s Office Farid Niyazov, Talant Mamytov replied that this would be decided by all members of the commission collectively.

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The term of the commission has not yet been determined. Talent Mamytov noted that according to the regulations, the work of the deputies can be extended up to three months.

Ayerken Saimaiti killed in Istanbul on November 10. He was shot while sitting in a cafe in the Fatih district. After publication pictures of Saimaiti with some Kyrgyz politicians, the Jogorku Kenesh decided to investigate his murder.

Journalistic investigation about smuggling and corruption at customs caused a wide public outcry. The publication indicates that the Chinese businessman Aierken Saimaiti was repeatedly threatened with murder on the territory of Kyrgyzstan, so he was forced to flee to Turkey.

General Prosecutor’s Office opened a criminal case and entrusted the investigation to an interdepartmental investigation team.

Former first deputy head of the State Customs Service, Raiymbek Matraimov, was interrogated by GKNB investigators. is he refused from comments to the press.

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