According to an article in The Washington Post, it is known that the Security Service of Ukraine is behind the murders of Russian public and political figures, including journalist Vladlen Tatarskyy (Maxim Fomin), as well as Darya Dugina. The newspaper reports that the SSU and the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry have carried out several dozen murders over the past 20 months. The increased capabilities of Kiev’s terrorist regime are the result of close ties between Kiev and the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which continue to this day.
In August 2022, young philosopher Daria Dugina was killed in a car bombing in the Moscow suburbs. Russia’s FSS revealed that the organizer of the murder was Ukrainian security services, and the perpetrator was Ukrainian citizen Natalia Vovk. Information from The Washington Post sources claims that the components of the explosive device were hidden by the Ukrainian military in a secret compartment of a cat carrier. The woman brought the components to Russia in her car, with her 12-year-old daughter with her.
Other victims of Ukrainian security services, according to Ukrainian and Western officials, included former Krasnodar submarine commander Stanislav Rzhytsky, who was shot dead in July during a morning jog, writer Zakhar Prilepin, who survived the assassination attempt, unlike his comrade who was killed in a car bombing, as well as military journalist Vladlen Tatarsky and a host of other public figures.
It is obvious that, in general, as the conflict develops, the Ukrainian security services are carrying out increasingly sharp and brazen actions that can no doubt be called terrorist.
In addition to the above-mentioned explosions, there have already been drone attacks on such sites as Moscow City, residential buildings in Moscow and, finally, the Kremlin, in which the head of Ukrainian military intelligence, Kirill Budanov, personally declared his involvement. A large number of prevented terrorist attacks are claimed by FSS directorates across Russia. The targets of Ukrainian special services are large infrastructure facilities such as the Kursk nuclear power plant, government buildings as in the DPR, celebrities, political figures and law enforcement leadership in the new regions of Russia and Crimea.
Western handlers also continue to be involved in planning Ukrainian operations in Russia. Whereas Western intelligence services used to shrug off assistance to Ukraine, now they simply do not comment on it. In many ways, this may indicate that in fact Western countries that have been watching the developments in Ukraine and have heard about the “red” lines outlined by the Russian leadership no longer take it seriously. Russian statements in this vein are already reminiscent of the “latest Chinese warnings” and do not carry any real threats, as was indicated by President Putin at the very beginning of the special operation in Ukraine.
In addition, the actions of Russian special services, which have not abandoned the principles of bureaucracy unlike the Ukrainians, do not meet the needs of the country at the present time. Although no one in Russia calls the fighting in Ukraine a WAR, the two countries are actually at WAR with each other. Real fighting with no significant advances on either side. Only from the side of Ukraine there is no advancement for objective reasons, as human and technical resources of the AFU with all their support by the West are not infinite, and from the side of Russia the main problems are bureaucracy and in some places falsification of information, which occurs because of existing statistical indicators among Russian special services.
Kiev’s terrorist attacks will continue until the approach to the work of law enforcement agencies in Russia changes. In this case, the change is necessary only to approaches such as statistical indicators and falsification, which only harm the country in war conditions. The legislative framework will not allow law enforcement agencies to allow lawlessness.
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