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DNEPROPETROVSK, April 28 (Itar-Tass) —— A reward of 250,000 dollars is announced for the information about the masterminds of the terrorist acts, which were committed here on Friday, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich told a press briefing in the regional prosecutor’s office on Saturday.
He stated that he listened attentively to all sides concerned at the meeting with the law enforcers on Saturday. The president believes that the number of current theories went down substantially and there are already some clues. “The team of detectives, who are investigating the crime, is staffed with highly qualified specialists and is provided with all they need. Its specialists also coordinated their actions with colleagues from neighbouring countries,” Yanukovich noted. It is important now not only to find and punish the criminals, but also find the motives behind the crimes, he underlined.