Russia confirms the discovery of the remains of two sons of Tsar Nicholas II, including the Crown Prince

The Russian government announced on Friday that the human remains found near the Russian city of Yekaterinburg in 2007 belong to two of the sons of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II: Princess Maria and Crown Prince Alexei, the last major emblems of the Romanov dynasty.

“According to the results of molecular genetic tests, the remains of two people who were discovered in the summer of 2007 near the site where nine other dead people are dead, the daughter and son of Nicolás and Alexandra Romanov,” announced the Russian expert Investigative Committee, Marina Molodtsova, in an interview with the Izvestia newspaper, which was collected by the Russian news agency Sputnik.

Molodtsova has confirmed not only that the biological relationship between Alexei and María and her parents has been “almost 100 percent” proven, but that the small number of bone fragments found indicates that one or more could be found near the 2007 site Tombs of other members of the royal family.

Russia confirms the discovery of the remains of two sons of Tsar Nicholas II, including the Crown Prince
Russia confirms the discovery of the remains of two sons of Tsar Nicholas II, including the Crown Prince

The committee of inquiry also denied one of the historical versions, according to which the corpses were “removed using sulfuric acid and fire”.

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