Putin attributes Moscow attack to radical Islamists and questions motives.

Putin’s Push for ‘Unmasking Terror’: Investigating the Moscow Concert Hall Attack and Its Connections to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the recent attack on a concert hall outside Moscow was carried out by radical Islamists. The attack resulted in at least 139 deaths. Putin noted that the crime was committed by individuals with extremist ideologies that have been in conflict with the Islamic world for centuries. Despite this acknowledgement, Putin emphasized the need to investigate who might benefit from such an event.

Putin suggested that Ukrainian authorities may be involved in the attack and called for a thorough investigation into the incident to determine its true motives. He linked the attack to previous confrontations with Russia by the neo-Nazi regime in Kyiv since 2014. Putin expressed concern over the possibility of the attack being intended to spread chaos in the country but noted that the Russian people have shown unity and determination to combat such acts of terrorism.

The Russian Investigative Committee reported that four attackers arrived at the concert hall armed with AK-47 assault rifles and ammunition, resulting in 139 deaths. Investigations revealed that suspects had materials to set fire to the venue, suggesting a premeditated plan of attack. Over 200 searches and seizures have been conducted in connection with the case, resulting in several individuals arrested for their involvement.

Those arrested have confessed to their roles in the attack, with some being sentenced to provisional arrest for terrorism. Among those arrested are brothers and a father who allegedly provided support to perpetrators. The investigation is ongoing to determine the full extent of the plot and identify any additional individuals involved.

Putin reiterated his call for uncovering motives behind this terrorist act, stating it is essential for preventing future acts of terrorism.

In summary, Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned recent attacks on a concert hall outside Moscow as an act of terror carried out by radical Islamists. He linked these attacks to previous conflicts with Ukraine’s neo-Nazi regime since 2014 and emphasized investigating who might benefit from such an event. The Russian Investigative Committee reported four attackers arrived at venue armed with AK-47 assault rifles resulting in 139 deaths while suspects had materials set fire suggesting premeditated plan of action. Those arrested confessed their roles, and investigation is ongoing while Putin reiterated call for uncovering motives behind terrorist act prevention future acts of terrorism.

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