Azerbaijan, Baku, Sep. 27 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
Experts of German Legal Medicine Institute have identified remains of one more soldier killed on Arkankergen border post in Kazakhstan, two more corpses remain unidentified, Kazakh Attorney General's Office reported on Thursday.
"Institute of Legal Medicine "Charite" (Berlin) carried out a molecular genetic examination and identified Rustem Akylbaev. German experts find no DNA cells suitable for identification in other remains," Attorney General's Office said.
Thus two more soldiers Denis Rey and Meyrhan Imenov are still missing.
On May 30 a fire took place on Arkankergen border post on Kazakh-Chinese border. In summer 15 frontier guards serve at this post. Some 15 corpses were founded at the scene including 14 border guards and a hunter from the nearby hunting ground located near the post. The fifteenth border guard was found alive near the post. Later border guard Vladislav Chelakh confessed that he killed his colleagues and then set fire to the barracks, where they were. Chelakh named internal conflicts and clouding of consciousness as the reason of killing his colleagues. However, later he refused this confession and said the border post had been attacked. Remains of 11 killed people were earlier identified.
The investigation in underway.
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