#USA Violent Russian opposition faction group claims responsibility for Darya Dugina’s death #USNews
Did anti-Putin Russian group plant automobile bomb blamed on Kyiv? Violent opposition faction claims it was accountable for assault that killed activist’s daughter
- The so-called National Republican Army took claimed it killed Darya Dugina, 29
- The daughter of political activist Alexander Dugin died in a automobile bomb explosion
- Her father stated she ‘died for individuals, died for Russia’ throughout her memorial service
- Russian FSB intelligence officers blamed the explosion on a Ukrainian spy
A violent Russian opposition group has claimed it killed the daughter of a political activist who influenced Vladimir Putin.
The so-called National Republican Army used its account on the Telegram social media platform to take responsibility for the death of Darya Dugina, 29, who died in a automobile bomb in Moscow.
Russian FSB intelligence officers blamed the explosion on Saturday evening on a Ukrainian girl spy, who they named as Natalia Vovk.
Darya Dugina, 29, who died in a automobile bomb in Moscow died in a automobile bomb explosion on August 20. The so-called National Republican Army has no taken responsibility for the death
Miss Dugina’s father Alexander Dugin, 60, had beforehand been credited with shaping Putin’s imaginative and prescient of an empire encompassing former Soviet states comparable to Ukraine, incomes him the title ‘Putin’s mind’.
But the bearded, Rasputin-esque determine had grow to be extra important of Putin and is taken into account to have been the goal of the bombing.
At a ceremony yesterday to rejoice Miss Dugina’s life, her father promised a brand new Russian state would totally annex Ukraine and different territories. He advised mourners his daughter ‘died for the people, died for Russia’.
Russian political scientist and ideologue Alexander Dugin through the service for his daughter stated he had ‘died for the individuals, died for Russia’
He added: ‘The huge price we have to pay can only be justified by the highest achievement, our victory.’
However the National Republican Army mocked the Kremlin’s far-fetched model of occasions, which included the mysterious Miss Vovk repeatedly altering her look and her automobile’s registration plates to hoodwink Russian guards.
It stated: ‘The speed of the investigation! All this became known a day after the murder. The authorities are so afraid of the partisans that they are ready for any fables.’
Last evening Russian overseas minister Sergey Lavrov described Miss Dugina’s homicide as a ‘barbaric crime’.
Her death has prompted calls amongst Moscow’s political elite for revenge. The US embassy in Kyiv has warned of an elevated risk of Russian army strikes.