France has repatriated the body of Frederic Leclerc Imhoff, a journalist who was killed in Ukraine.

Frederic Leclerc -Imhoff, a journalist who was killed in Ukraine, died overnight in France.

France has repatriated the body of Frederic Leclerc Imhoff, a journalist who was killed in Ukraine.

Frederic Leclerc -Imhoff, a journalist who was killed in Ukraine, died overnight in France. His remains were received by his relatives, friends, and Rima Abdul-Malak (Minister of Culture).

A moment of reflection took place in front of the black coffin. His body arrived at Le Bourget airport around 3:00 a.m., according to journalists from his channel. BFMTV continuous news.

His BFMTV colleagues observed a moment of silence on Wednesday morning in memory of the journalist who was killed by a shrapnel on May 30, 2013. On Friday, a tribute will be paid to him at 6:30 p.m. Place de la Republique (RSF) in Paris. His family, friends, and colleagues will all be there.

The two people who teamed up with Frederic Leclerc-Imhoff in Ukraine for BFMTV, reporter Maxime Brandstaetter and Ukrainian journalist-translator Oksana Leuta, returned to France on June 3.

His parents were there to welcome us as soon as we got off the plane. They were the first people that I saw, and it was difficult," Brandstaetter testified on Sunday, BFMTV Maxime Brandstaetter. He was visibly moved. The reporter said, "I felt like he owed me that, to talk with his parents, get close to him, to feel close, and to hug his mom," she continued. Oksana Leuta said that Frederic's story should be heard by the entire world.

Frederic Leclerc–Imhoff, 32, had been working for BFMTV for six year and was now on his second mission in Ukraine as a journalist-image reporter (JRI). "Frederic wasn't a hothead. Marc-Olivier Fogiel was the general manager of BFMTV and he said that he weighed every minute of the mission.

He graduated in 2014 and had studied philosophy in Paris. The Ijba pays tribute to its kindness and listening skills in a tribute posted on its website. He was not "discreet" in nature but he "defended with passion and a lot humor" his "commitments to manhood and citizenship".

The French national anti-terrorist prosecutor (Pnat), announced that an investigation was being opened into war crimes on May 30, following the death of the journalist, who was in Ukraine to aid humanitarian missions. Catherine Colonna, Foreign Minister, tweeted that the journalist was "killed in a Russian bombardment".

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