New evidence has been delivered by the Egyptian investigative team working on the investigation of the murder of Giulio Regeni to Rome's chief prosecutor, Giuseppe Pignatone, and to prosecutor Sergio Colaiocco.
This was announced at the end of the meeting, in Cairo, between the two magistrate pools. Steps forward also for the recovery of metro videos, where Regeni transited before disappearing on 25 January 2016.
"The Egyptian General Prosecutor's Office has received a copy of the information and will continue investigations based on the investigative hypotheses formulated by the two offices", an official statement reads.
Clear signs of torture were found on the body of the Friulian researcher. Last week, hundreds of documents were handed over by the Egyptian authorities, through the Italian ambassador, to the family lawyer. The meeting between the prosecutors was announced by the Minister of the Interior, Marco Minniti, on the occasion of the meeting with the Egyptian president Abdel Fattah Al Sisi.