The body of the head of “Belarusian House in Ukraine,” Vital Shishov, who had disappeared the day before, was found in one of the Kiev parks. This was reported Tuesday, August 3, by the Main Department of National Police of the Ukrainian capital.
The day before, Shishov went out for a jog and then stopped answering his phone. The head of the “Belarusian Home in Ukraine” never returned home; volunteers began searching for him.
According to the police, the man was found hanged on a tree in a park near his home. Shishov’s cell phone and his personal belongings were seized from the scene.
The police initiated a criminal case under Article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (“Premeditated murder”). Law enforcers intend to check all versions, including the version of a murder disguised as a suicide.
It is noted that the full picture of events will help to establish a full picture of the events will help questioning witnesses, analysis of video from “Safe City” system cameras, conducting examinations and investigative experiments.
“The Belarusian House in Ukraine” positions itself as an organization created to help the citizens of the republic and all “victims of the regime of President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus. The organization assists immigrants from Belarus in renting housing, as well as assists in employment.