Russian Security Council Secretary Accuses Ukraine of Moscow Concert Hall Terror Attack, Amid Ongoing Debate and Blame

Ukraine’s Involvement in Moscow Attack Confirmed by Russian Security Council

On Tuesday, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev made a startling claim that Ukraine was responsible for the recent terrorist attack on a concert hall in Moscow. The attack, which occurred on Friday, resulted in the deaths of approximately 140 people and left many injured. When asked by the press whether Ukraine or Islamic State was responsible for the attack, Patrushev responded firmly, “Ukraine, of course.”

Despite providing no further information or justification for his accusation, Patrushev is known for his support of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He believes that the conflict between the two countries is not a war but an attempt by Western powers to provoke Moscow and Kyiv. His statements contradicted Russian President Putin’s assertion less than 24 hours earlier that the attack was carried out by “radical Islamists.” Putin also suggested a possible link to Ukraine, stating, “We’re interested in knowing who the customer is.”

The concert hall, located on the outskirts of Moscow, was the site of a terrorist attack carried out by four armed individuals on Friday. The situation remains tense as conflicting theories and accusations surround the tragic event. While some have blamed Islamic State for the attack, others have accused Ukraine of carrying it out as part of its ongoing conflict with Russia. The Russian government has yet to provide any concrete evidence to support either theory.

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