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Shkiryak connected the organizers of the terrorist attack in Kyiv with Voronenkov's killers

  • Shkiryak connected the organizers of the terrorist attack in Kyiv with Voronenkovs killers

Kyiv: The organizers of the car bombing in Kyiv on Tuesday, June 27, are the killers of former State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov. This was stated in an exclusive comment by Front News International adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Zoryan Shkiryak.

"Undoubtedly, this cynical terrorist act has been purposefully carried out by Russian special services. It is one of the chains in the general scheme of the resonant terrorist acts committed by the Russian Federation in the territory of Ukraine. To date, it can be argued that the organizers and customers of this crime are in the Russian Federation, "Shkiryak said.

According to him, the terrorist act in Kyiv organized the saboteur-terrorist center of the FSS in Russia.

"Most probably, this is the sabotage terrorist center in Russia, which has already carried out identical terrorist acts against Pavel Sheremet, the murder of Denis Voronenkov, and they also attempted to commit an assault on my colleague, MP Anton Geraschenko, who tried the same crime ", - added Shkiryak.

Today, on June 27, at the crossroads of the Solomenskaya and Mechanizer streets in Kyiv, an auto exploded, resulting in the death of the driver. As reported in the Ministry of Defense, he was a member of the Ukrainian DI Colonel Maxim Shapoval. The police described the explosion as a terrorist act. The Prosecutor General's Office referred this case to the Main Military Prosecutor's Office.

Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Anton Gerashchenko, in an exclusive comment by Front News International, said that this murder could have been committed by Russian special services.

Also, the volunteer and former commander of the National Guard of Ukraine, Miroslav Guy, told Front News International that 500 grams of TNT were put in Maxim Shapovalov's car.


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