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Alexander Bortnikov, the head of the FSB, the Russian security service, accused Ukraine and Western secret services of facilitating the attack in Moscow last Friday, which resulted in 139 deaths and was claimed by the jihadist group Islamic State. However, Ukraine has denied any involvement in the attack and dismissed Russia’s accusations as lies. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko challenged Russia’s narrative by stating that the terrorists initially tried to flee to Belarus, not Ukraine.

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, but both Vladimir Putin and his government continue to point fingers at Ukraine and the West. Putin claims that Ukraine provided a “window” for the attackers to cross the border, despite the area being highly guarded due to its proximity to a war zone. Lukashenko stated that Belarus and Russia coordinated actions to intercept the suspects’ car as it fled towards the border with Ukraine and Belarus.

Bortnikov reiterated his belief in an international conspiracy against Russia, stating that the attack was orchestrated by radical Islamists with the help of Western and Ukrainian special services. He also mentioned that suspects planned to travel to Ukraine and be received as heroes. Despite these claims, no evidence has been provided to support these accusations. The FSB head also mentioned that he has not yet determined who ordered

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