One of the detainees had false documents in the attack on the Montenegrin Mafia in Kiev
One of the four people detained by the Ukrainian police near Odessa who made an attempt in Kiev on the Montenegrin citizen Radoe Zvitser had a false Macedonian passport.
This was reported by the Vijesti portal.
“A resident of the Montenegrin town of Stefan Djukic, a resident of Podgorica Emil Tuzovic and citizens of Serbia Petar Jovanovic and Milan Brankovich were arrested in Ukraine on suspicion of trying to kill Zvitser. It turned out that the passport of North Macedonia, belonging to Djukic (Mandic), has proven to be false. Tuzovich most likely belongs to the clan of lords led by Alan Kozhar, “the message said.
The detention of criminals from the Balkans took place near Odessa.
At first it was noted that one of the attackers was a Macedonian.
It should be noted that the “false Macedonian” Djukic, who had previously nicknamed Mandic, is on the international list of persons wanted for the murder in Bari last November. He is accused of shooting two people near a restaurant bar from a car. After this crime, Djukic fled abroad.
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The victim, who was shot in Kiev, is 38-year-old Montenegrin citizen Radoe Zvitser. He is on the international wanted list and is one of the leaders and organizers of the drug cartel, whose members supply medicines to European countries. However, the Montenegrin police themselves are not yet looking for Zvitser.
Recall that the injured Zvitser is now in a hospital in Kiev, and four assailants have been arrested.
The circumstances of this entire criminal history are gradually refined and completed.
First photo: national police press service
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru