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MOSCOW, August 15 (Itar-Tass) - Investigation has been started in Moscow in connection with the death of an employee of the Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in a hotel.
Sergei Stukalov, an official of the Main Investigation Directorate (MID) of the Investigation Committee of Russia for Moscow, has told Itar-Tass that the body of the Embassy employee was found in a hotel room on Bolshaya Polyanka Street late on Wednesday night.
"During the incident site examination no signs of violent death were spotted. Furniture in the hotel room was found not to have been shifted either. A forensic expert examination has been appointed to find out the cause of the death," the MID official said.
The Omani Embassy representatives refused to comment on the incident, simply admitting the fact of the employee’s death. “It is true that the first secretary of our embassy Muhannad Al Abri was found dead in a hotel in Moscow downtown on Wednesday, August 14,” the spokesperson confirmed. “However, we are not going to comment the circumstances of the occurrence.”
The police is currently looking into all the facts of the matter.