Russia Alleges Ukraine Ties of Crocus City Hall Terrorists

Written by Henrik Rothen

Mar.23 - 2024 10:22 AM CET

Photo: Wiki Commons
Photo: Wiki Commons
Russia now suggests that the shooters from yesterday's attack in Moscow may be connected to Ukraine.

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The Federal Security Service (FSB) has disclosed that the perpetrators behind the Crocus City Hall attack had planned their escape to cross the border into Ukraine, hinting at potential complicity or support within Ukraine. This revelation brings a new dimension to the aftermath of the tragic event that shook Moscow.

"After executing the terrorist attack, the criminals aimed to cross the Russian Federation and Ukraine border, possessing relevant contacts on the Ukrainian side," says the FSB as reported by RIA Novosti.

This assertion suggests that the terrorists not only had a well-thought-out escape plan but also connections that could facilitate their flight across the border.

Furthermore, the FSB highlighted that the weaponry deployed in the attack was meticulously prepared well in advance and concealed in a cache, indicating a high level of premeditation and organization behind the atrocious act.

In the wake of the attack, significant developments have unfolded, with the Kremlin announcing that Alexander Bortnikov, the head of the FSB, briefed Russian President Vladimir Putin on the detention of 11 individuals, encompassing all four terrorists responsible for the Crocus City Hall assault.

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