ISTANBUL (Armenpress)–New inspectors have been assigned to prepare a report on the work carried out by police and gendarmerie forces to this day on the murder of prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, Turkish media said citing interior ministry sources.
Among the newly assigned officials are two Interior Ministry inspectors and a police inspector who is at the rank of a first rank police chief. The report will be presented to the Interior Minister.
Inspectors and experts will work in Istanbul and the Black Sea province of Trabzon.
Dink was shot to death in front of the building of the multi-lingual weekly Agos in Istanbul, of which he was editor-in-chief.
The suspected murderer of Dink and the suspected inciters are from Trabzon. The officials will examine the work of police on the motives for the murder and claims of negligence on the part of police and gendarmerie forces, as well as whether the expert investigations were carried out appropriately.