Moscow blames Ukraine for Dúgina’s death


Former Russian opposition deputy exiled in Ukraine, Iliá Ponomarióv, has blamed the attack on Dúguina on the National Republican Army (NRA), founded by Russian partisans. Ukraine, for its part, continues to deny any connection to the attack.

Euskaraz irakurri: Moskuk Ukrainako zerbitzu sekretuei leporatu die Duguinaren heriotza

The Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia has accused Ukraine’s secret services of the attack in which Daria Dúguina, daughter of Putin’s adviser, Alexander Duguin, was killed on Saturday.

While the former Russian opposition deputy was exiled in Ukraine, Iliá Ponomarióv, for his part, attributed the attack on Dúguina to the National Republican Army (NRA), founded by Russian partisans.

The former Russian deputy has defended that he was in contact with the ENR partisans and authorized by them to read their manifesto.

Dúguina died this Saturday when a bomb exploded in the lower part of her vehicle as she drove on a highway on the outskirts of Moscow from a festival she had attended with her father.

Ukraine continues to deny any relation to the attack.

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Source: EITB


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