Russian Security Council Secretary: Terrorist attacks by the Kiev regime in Russia are planned by US intelligence services

19.05.2023, Syktyvkar.

The attempt on the life of writer Zakhar Prilepin, and the assassinations of journalist Daria Dugina and blogger Maksim Fomin (Vladlen Tatarsky) were planned and coordinated by US and UK intelligence services, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev said at a meeting in Syktyvkar on May 19.

“Creating new threats to Russia’s national security, the Anglo-Saxon-backed neo-Nazi regime in Kiev has transferred terrorist actions to the territory of our country,” he said. He specified that US intelligence services took part in the planning and coordinating the bombing of the Crimean bridge, the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipeline, and other terrorist attacks. All of these operations were accompanied by an information campaign, launched on command from Washington and London, aimed at destabilizing the situation in our country.

“At the same time, the collective West, led by the United States, is directly involved in the conflict in Ukraine on the side of the terrorist regime in Kiev,” Patrushev pointed out. He stressed that “foreign mercenaries and advisers are directly involved in combat actions together with Ukrainian neo-Nazis.”

Patrushev noted that NATO instructors are responsible for training sabotage and terrorist groups and coordinating their activities. At the same time, this is presented to the international community as US “assistance in protecting Ukraine.”

The secretary of the Russian Security Council warned that Ukrainian subversive and intelligence groups, international terrorist organizations, radical and extremist structures had become more active in Russia.

In August 2022 journalist Daria Dugina was killed in a terrorist attack, in April 2023 blogger Maksim Fomin (Vladlen Tatarsky) was killed in an explosion, and on May 6, 2023 there was an attempt on the writer Zakhar Prilepin. The writer survived, but his driver Aleksandr Shubin was killed.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency