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On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledged that the attack on a concert hall near Moscow last Friday was carried out by radical Islamists. At least 139 people lost their lives in the attack.

Despite recognizing the involvement of radical Islamists, Putin raised the question of who stood to benefit from the attack. He suggested that Ukrainian authorities may have been linked to the event and emphasized the importance of further investigation to determine the true motives behind it.

Putin connected the attack to those who have been opposing Russia since 2014, referring to them as a neo-Nazi regime in Kyiv. He believed that the attackers aimed to spread chaos in Russia but acknowledged that Russians remained determined and united against such evil acts.

Alexander Bastrikin, director of the Russian Investigative Committee (FSB), provided details about the attack, including its timeline and weapons used by suspects. Over 200 searches and seizures related to the case were conducted, resulting in 11 arrests for involvement.

The suspects confessed to their roles in carrying out the attack, with some being sentenced to provisional arrest on charges of terrorism. Among them are a father and his two sons who allegedly assisted perpetrators with accommodation, transportation, and money.

The investigation into this tragic event remains ongoing, with authorities working tirelessly to uncover more information about suspect involvement and motivations behind it. Putin reiterated his call for thorough investigative efforts to reveal all details regarding this heinous crime.

In summary: The president of Russia has acknowledged that radical Islamists were responsible for an attack on a concert hall near Moscow last Friday which resulted in at least 139 deaths. Despite recognizing their involvement, Putin raised questions about “who benefits” from such attacks and emphasized further investigation is needed to determine true motives behind them. The Russian Investigative Committee is currently conducting an ongoing investigation into this tragic event while Putin continues his call for thorough investigative efforts to bring justice and peace back into Russia’s society.

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