Russia identifies man involved in murder of Daria Dugina and gives new details

The Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia has identified another man, of Ukrainian nationality, who would have provided false documentation and would have helped Natalia Vovk to prepare a homemade bomb to place it in the car of Daria Dugina, daughter of the Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, who died in an attack on August 21.

“It has been established that Dugina’s murder, along with Vovk, was prepared in Moscow by another member of a Ukrainian terrorist and sabotage group: a citizen of Ukraine, Bogdan Petrovich Tsiganenko, born in 1978,” authorities detailed.

According to Russian Intelligence, this Ukrainian citizen arrived in Russia through Estonia on July 30 and later left the country a day before the journalist’s murder, as reported by the TASS news agency.

Tsiganenko provided Vovk with false car numbers and documents in the name of a real citizen of Kazakhstan, Yulia Zaiko. In addition, together with Vovk, he would have prepared an improvised explosive device in a rented garage in the southwest of Moscow.

Russian intelligence previously specified that Vovk arrived in Russia on July 23 along with her twelve-year-old daughter, Sofia Shaban Mijailovna, and rented an apartment in Moscow in the building where the deceased lived.

After committing the crime, the Ukrainian woman traveled to Estonia from Moscow together with her daughter. It should be remembered that the Estonian Foreign Minister, Urmas Reinsalu, described the Russian version of Dugina’s death as a “provocation”.

The philosopher’s daughter was killed when a bomb exploded under the vehicle she was driving, which belonged to her father, when she was driving on a highway near the Bolshie Viaziomi municipality, less than 50 kilometers from the center of the capital, Moscow.

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