Putin Blames Ukraine

Vladimir Putin Blames Ukraine For Planning The Escape Of Concert Massacre

A group of terrorists claiming to be part of ISIS group stormed a concert hall in Russia, shot down many people, and set fire to the premises. The attack killed at least 137 people, leaving many injured. Meanwhile, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, suggests that Ukraine has planned the escape of the attackers.

Putin claims, “They tried to hide and moved toward Ukraine, where, according to preliminary data, a window was prepared for them on the Ukrainian side to cross the state border.”

When he gave a speech after 20 hours, he did mention anything about ISIS who claimed responsibility for the massacre. Instead, he was blaming on Ukraine for the planning a escape through their state borders.

The ISIS group has considered Russia as one of the main enemies for their involvement in Syria’s civil war, supporting the president Bashar al-Assad. Many world leaders and experts reject Putin’s claim of Ukraine’s involvement, saying it as a fairy story.

Russian news reports have identified the four individuals detained as suspects in the recent incident. They are said to be citizens of Tajikistan, a former Soviet republic located in Central Asia with a predominantly Muslim population and shares a border with Afghanistan. It’s worth noting that up to 1.5 million Tajik citizens have migrated to Russia for work, and many have obtained Russian citizenship.

According to court information, the four men—named Fayzov Muhammadsobir Zokirchonovich, Fariduni Shamsidin, Mirzoev Dalerjon Barotovich, and Rachabalizoda Saidakrami Murodali—have been formally charged in the Moscow Court with allegations related to terrorist acts.

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