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Russia officially accuses Ukrainian secret services of killing Daria Dugina

Russian security services accused a Ukrainian serviceman, Natalia Vovk, 43, of killing Daria Dugina, the daughter of Russian ultranationalist Aleksander Dugin.

He was allegedly present at the event Dugina attended with his father before his vehicle exploded while he was returning to Moscow. Vovk allegedly crossed the border into Estonia, along with his 12-year-old daughter, after the bombing. Alleged evidence presented by the Russian secret services has linked the woman, who allegedly holds the rank of colonel, to the Azov regiment. In addition, Russian security services showed images of the woman near the house where Dugina lived.

Vladimir Putin himself offered his condolences for the death of Dugin’s daughter and called her murder a “terrible and despicable crime.” Russian Senator Vladimir Dzhabarov in turn advocated retaliation against Estonia in case Tallinn refuses to hand over Vovk to the Russian authorities.

Once again, Ukraine yesterday denied any involvement in the murder. “Russian propaganda again creates fictitious worlds and has now named a Ukrainian woman and her 12-year-old daughter as responsible for bombing Dugina’s car,” asserted Ukrainian presidential adviser Mikhaylo Podoliak.

The Ukrainian National Guard noted yesterday that Vovk never served in the regiment. The Azov soldiers, who held an online press conference yesterday, acknowledged that there were no women of this rank and accused Moscow of inventing another baseless reason to label Azov as terrorists ahead of the upcoming trial in Mariupol.


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