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MOSCOW, December 16 (Itar-Tass) —— Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee (SK) Alexander Bastrykin visited the family of acting chief of the SK branch in the Sovetsky district of Makhachkala Arsen Gadzhibekov, who was killed on the footsteps of his house on Thursday.
“Alexander Bastrykin had an urgent meeting in Makhachkala to focus on the work of the SK branches to ensure security of the SK officers. The meeting heard a report on the progress of the investigation in several high-profile crimes, which were committed in Dagestan, and the murder case against the chief of the investigation department in the Sovetsky district of Makhachkala Lieut. Col. of Justice Arsen Gadzhibekov,” spokesman of the Russian Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin told Itar-Tass on Friday.
After the meeting Bastrykin visited the family of the killed detective and said the words of support and gratitude to Gadzhibekov’s relatives for his honest and selfless service to Russia.
“Alexander Bastrykin assured the relatives of the killed detective that the crime will be solved for sure and those who killed our detective will bear full responsibility,” Markin underlined.