Participant in Russia-Ukraine talks killed?

Some Russian and Ukrainian media report the death of Denis Kireev, a member of the first Ukrainian delegation at the talks in Belarus.

This was announced by the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alexander Dubinsky in Telegram. According to him, the SBU killed a participant in negotiations with the Russian Federation – he was suspected of “treason.” There has been no official confirmation yet. PolitNavigator.

Allegedly, Kireev was shot dead by the SBU during the arrest. He was suspected of treason. He was considered a creature of the oligarch Andrei Klyuev, an ally of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, who fled to the Russian Federation:

During the arrest by the SBU officers, a member of the first Gomel delegation of Ukraine, Denis Kireev, was killed. Suspected of treason. Kireev is the man of the Klyuevs.

Denis Kireev worked at SCM Finance from 2006 to 2008, holding the position of Deputy General Director. Then in the Austrian company GROUP SLAV AG Klyuev, located in Vienna. At the same time, between 2006 and 2012, Kireev was a member of the Supervisory Board of Ukreximbank. From 2010 to 2014, he held the position of First Deputy Chairman of the Board of Oschadbank under the Klyuev quota. He was engaged in the management of private funds Private equity Fund and Fixed income Fund. Dubinsky asks:

How did he get into the Ukrainian delegation for negotiations with the occupiers – I really want to find out from the president’s office?

Edition Ukrainian truthmeanwhile, also publishes the news, citing sources – high-ranking interlocutors in the power bloc and political circles:

The SBU shot dead a Ukrainian negotiator in Gomel during the arrest. “He’s already dead.”

According to interlocutors in political circles, the Security Service had clear evidence of Kireev’s treason, including telephone conversations.

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