The agency of state services of Moldova said that they did not issue a passport in the name of Nikolai Popa, which was allegedly opened from the Russians Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.
The passport with the number A3194368 looked out in the name of another citizen, RIA Novosti was told, referring to the press service of the agency.
The agency of state services said that in the population register of Moldova there is no person named Nicolae Popa with the information shown. And the holder of the passport with the number that appeared in the media is a different person.
Recall that the Czech Ministry of Internal Affairs previously suspected Boshirov and Petrov of involvement in the explosions at the ammunition formation in Vrbetica in 2014. The police stated that they allegedly changed the documents to passports of Moldavian citizen Nicolae Popa and Tajik citizen Ruslan Tabarov.