The Prosecutor General's Office says DNA material of not only Yurii Rossoshanskyi, who is the main suspect in the case of murder of human rights activist, lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska, but of one more person has been found on the victim's body. Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko announced this in an interview for the Segodnia newspaper, Ukrainian News Agency reports. According to Yurii Lutsenko, Yurii Rossoshanskyi has given confessionary statements regarding circumstances of the murder. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, police have discovered DNA material that belongs to Yurii Rossoshanskyi, who is the main suspect in the case of murder of human rights activist, lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska, on the victim's body. The body of Nozdrovska was found in the river in Vyshhorod suburbs (Kyiv region) on January 1, 2018. As a lawyer and human rights advocate, Nozdrovska worked on a criminal case of Dmytro Rossoshanskyi who stroke her sister Svitlana Sapatynska to death in his car in 2015. On January 8, the police detained father of the convict, Yurii Rossoshanskyi, on suspicion of murder of Nozdrovska. On January 9, the Vyshhorod District Court in Kyiv region arrested Yurii Rossoshanskyi for two months without a possibility of a bail.