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Russian security announces the arrest of an extremist cell that received instructions from Kiev to commit terrorist acts



The Russian Federal Security Service announced the arrest of 14 members of a cell belonging to the supporters of the Ukrainian Radical Youth Movement "MKU", who received instructions from Kiev to commit terrorist acts in Russia. A Russian security statement said today (Friday) that it is in cooperation with the Russian Investigation Committee and within the framework of a case. A criminal organization related to the formation and affiliation of an extremist group, an organized cell of supporters of the Ukrainian Radical Youth Movement "MKU", established by Ukrainian citizen Igor Krasnov, born in 2000.


The statement added: "Thirteen members of the group were arrested in the city of" Gelendzhik "in the Krasnodar region in southern Russia, and another was detained in the city of" Yaroslavl "north of Moscow, indicating that a large quantity of publications with Nazi content, sharp weapons, and communications equipment containing Instructions for the manufacture of IEDs and firearms from the homes of detainees.


In its statement, the Russian Security Forces stated that the detainees confessed to the crimes attributed to them and that the cell was organized in 2019 under the ideological influence of the leader of "MKU" Krasnov. The detainees also admitted that they had received instructions from Krasnov and from other Ukrainian members in the cities of Kharkov and Kiev regarding the manufacture of methods used in terrorist acts, murder and other acts of violence.

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