Russia’s FSB secret service has named another Ukrainian suspected of Dugina’s murder

Update: 29.08.2022 11:40

Moscow – Russia’s FSB secret service has announced that it has managed to identify another Ukrainian suspected of murdering Darya Dugin, the daughter of ultra-nationalist Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin. This was reported by the TASS agency. The man helped the previously named Ukrainian suspect build an explosive device and gave her false documents, according to the Secret Service. Twenty-nine-year-old Duginová died on August 21 in a car explosion near Moscow. Kyiv has previously strongly denied the involvement of its citizens or intelligence services in the assassination.

According to an earlier statement by the FSB, the act was prepared and committed by the Ukrainian intelligence services, according to it, the executor was Ukrainian citizen Natalija Vovková, who allegedly traveled to Estonia after the assassination.

“The murder of Duginova, together with Vovkova, was prepared in Moscow by another member of the Ukrainian sabotage and terrorist group, citizen of Ukraine Bohdan Tsyhanenko (translated from Russian as Bogdan Tsyganenko), born in 1978, who arrived in Russia via Estonia on July 30, 2022 and left the territory of Russia on before the explosion,” the FSB public relations department wrote.

According to the intelligence service, Cyhanenko provided Vovkova with false registration marks and documents and together with her assembled an improvised explosive device in a rented garage in the southwest of Moscow. The FSB also claims that, according to security camera footage, Vovková was already following Duginová at a cultural event Duginová was at before her death.

Duginová died on the evening of Saturday, August 21, when she was returning from the aforementioned event, which she attended together with her father. According to some sources, he was originally supposed to ride in a car with her.

At first, Kyiv rejected unofficial reports about Ukraine’s responsibility for the act. The Secretary of the Ukrainian Security Council, Oleksiy Danilov, subsequently responded to the FSB’s announcement by saying that the Russian secret service was behind the murder. According to him, the Ukrainian intelligence services do not work this way.

Source: České noviny – hlavní události by

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