Gongadze's mother agrees to DNA tests of skull that might belong to his son after presidential elections
The mother of murdered Ukrainian journalist Georgy Gongadze, Lesia Gongadze, has given consent to an examination of fragments of a skull that might belong to her son, Germany's international broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported on Friday.
She is planning to come to Kyiv and take the fragments of the skull for a private examination.
"I have a condition - I'll come [to Kyiv], but I should take a fragment for my private DNA examination, the results of which I won't disclose," she said.
The journalist's mother said that she would soon go to the Prosecutor General's Office to examine the skull in the presence of her lawyer Andriy Fedur and members of the investigative commission.
She also said she is planning to conduct the tests at a private foreign laboratory after the presidential elections in Ukraine.