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"The situation must be assessed and its escalation must be prevented to rule out stronger tensions," Filat told investigators on Monday.

The prime minister also ordered compensation payments to be made to the family of the victim, Vadim Pisar, who died in the incident, and urged the Prosecutor General’s Office to "ask the best experts to investigate the incident tactfully and professionally." "The probe should be run in cooperation with Russian officials," he said, according to the government’s press service.

"Representatives of the Russian embassy and of the Joint Control Commission, and other officials will be contacted on this issue shortly to facilitate the probe," the press service said.

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