April 22, 2024

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The government condemned the terrorist attack in Moscow that killed at least 40 people

The government condemned the terrorist attack in Moscow that killed at least 40 people
Attack in suburb of Moscow: 40 killed, 145 injured

The National Government today announced its “Strong condemnation and denial“to Terrorist attack It was confirmed today at the Crocus City Hall concert venue near the city Moscow.

By way of a brief statement President's HouseHe conveyed his condolences to the families of the deceased and congratulated them Hundreds of injured should recover soon. So far, President Javier Mili has not made any statement on the issue.

There was an attack Claimed by the Islamic StateA jihadist paramilitary terrorist group that follows a heterodox doctrine of Sunni Islam.

As seen in the viral videos on social networks, five armed men dressed in camouflage entered the concert hall today. They opened fire with automatic weapons Against those who attended the concert of the band “Picnic”.

Following the brutal episode, earlier in the month, the US Embassy in Russia issued a statement calling on its nationals in the country to avoid crowded places in the capital due to the imminent threat of an attack. The warning was echoed by the British Embassy. “The embassy is monitoring the statements of the extremists Immediate plans to attack large gatherings in Moscowincluding concerts,” it was later noted, to which Putin responded by describing the announcements as “an attempt to threaten and destabilize our society.”

Terrorists opened fire on concertgoers

Hours after the incident, ISIS claimed responsibility for the episode on its Telegram channel, making it Russia's worst terrorist attack in what is now two decades. Local officials continued Suspension of “all mass, sports, cultural and other activities”. Security measures were tightened at the capital and four airports in the region.

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Before the announcement was made, the Russian Freedom Legion, a group of Russian fighters fighting for Ukraine, denied any connection to the incident. In any case, Dmitry Medvedev, the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, has already announced that if he proves that Kyiv had a hand, he will remove its key officials.

“If it is established that these are terrorists of the Kiev regime … they should all be found as terrorists and destroyed mercilessly,” Medvedev wrote in a message on Telegram, adding that “official representatives of the state who committed crimes” should be punished, such a crime.