Resat Akdzhan has appealed to the Ministry to help him to find the missing man.
According to the lawyer, Altan Güngör was last seen in Orenburg, where he was on a business trip. Having finished all his work issues, Altan Gyugёr had to fly to Moscow. The last to see him were citizens of Turkey Ali Golipemaz and Namık (name to be confirmed at the moment). After that, nothing has been heard of him.
Thirty-six years old Altan Güngör lives in Antalya and is engaged in agrarian business, consulting Russians on agricultural issues. With this purpose on August 22, 2015 he flew to Moscow, and then to Orenburg.
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