A Kazakh woman who went missing in Germany was found dead

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A Kazakh woman who went missing in Germany was found dead. This was announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the national portal "Adirna" reports.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan reported that the body of a woman was found near the German city of Bensheim on June 16. Forensic experts carry out an examination. According to preliminary verbal information of the police and external signs of the corpse, the body found belongs to Aigul Saylybayeva.

"Currently, the relatives of the deceased are in Germany and they are being provided with all necessary consular and legal assistance. German law enforcement agencies are investigating. Other information related to this case will not be published for the sake of the investigation," said the message of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

It should be noted that Aigul Saylybayeva previously served as a judge of Saryarka district of Astana, and she is also a graduate of the "Bolashak" program.

The citizen of Kazakhstan, born in 1984, has been living with her husband Alexander in the city of Bensheim, 40 kilometers from Frankfurt, since 2019. Relatives say that Aigul did not say anything about the abuse from his family, but only told his friends. On June 5, they filed a complaint with the Consulate General of Kazakhstan in Frankfurt, saying that their daughter had disappeared on June 3, 2024.