Daria Dugina, daughter of Putin’s ideologue, killed in car bomb attack


According to an adviser to the Ukrainian presidency, “Ukraine has nothing to do” with the attack.

Euskaraz irakurri: Daria Dugina hil da bonba-autoz egindako atentatu batean, Putin’s ideologoaren praises

Daria Douginadaughter of the Russian philosopher Alexander DuguinEurasian movement leader and Kremlin chief ideologue was killed in a car bomb attack in Moscow on Saturday, state agency TASS said.

According to preliminary reports from Russian authorities, a device allegedly installed in a Toyota Land Cruiser exploded when the vehicle was speeding on a public road around 9 p.m.

The journalist and political scientist, who has been sanctioned by the West in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, was returning from a cultural festival in Moscow when a bomb exploded in the car she was traveling in, which belonged to her father.

“He was completely on fire, he lost control of the wheel because he was driving at high speed and flew to the other side of the road,” said Andrei Krasnov, an acquaintance of the family, who has pointed out that “the target” was Alexander Duguin.

The leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, Denis Pushilin, has blamed Kiev for the explosion that killed Dugina. “The terrorists of the Ukrainian regime have detonated his daughter in an attempt to take out Alexander Dugin,” he wrote on his Telegram account.

However, the adviser to the presidency of Ukraine, Mijailo Podoliak, has pointed out that “Ukraine has nothing to do” with the attack, as it is not a “terrorist” state, while stressing that “the retaliation mechanism has been launched “within the land of the aggressor,” as UNIAN has collected.

Alexander Dugin, leader of the Eurasian movement, is close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Dugin is credited as the “spiritual guide” to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and is often described as: Putin’s brain. In 2015, he was sanctioned by the United States for his alleged participation in the Russian annexation of Crimea.

Their daughter, Dugina, was born in 1992 and studied philosophy at Moscow State University. Earlier this year, the US and UK authorities sanctioned her for contributing to disinformation about the war in Ukraine.

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Source: EITB


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