The FSB reported that members of “National Socialism/White Power” an international neo-Nazi organization, have been apprehended in connection with a plot to murder Vladimir Solovyev. With this capture, the CIA plot to assassinate Russian journalists has been foiled.
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Ultranationalist regiments in Ukraine’s National Guard have been accused of carrying out heinous crimes upon captive Russian soldiers, Ukrainian civilians, and even their own countrymen. Vladimir Putin has disclosed that their ideological “cousins” in Russia have been planning similar offenses.
President Vladimir Putin revealed that Russia appears to know the identities of Western intelligence agents infiltrating the Ukrainian security forces, who have been urged to participate in criminal actions within Russia, involving assaults on well-known reporters.
“This morning, the organs of the Federal Security Service [FSB] prevented an attempt by a terrorist group to kill a well-known Russian journalist. Of course they will deny this now, but the facts and the evidence are irrefutable,” Putin stated during a press conference with Prosecutor’s Office officials on Monday.
“Here is their attitude toward the rights of journalists, to the dissemination of information, to human rights in general. They care only about their own rights -someone from their imperial ambitions, someone else [out of habit] from colonial times. But this won’t work in Russia”, he assured.
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Putin has asked investigators to assemble information on such wrongdoings, identify the culprits and organizers, and collect the proof needed to pursue legal action, including in international courts.
The FSB had reported earlier in the day that members of “National Socialism/White Power” an international neo-Nazi organization, had been apprehended in connection with a plot to murder Vladimir Solovyev, a well-known television and radio broadcaster and Putin supporter. On the orders of Ukraine’s Security Service, several members of the group, all Russian nationals, were reported to be arranging Solovyev’s assassination. According to the FSB, the group’s imprisoned participants have also already “given confessions” about their intentions and stated that they planned to exit abroad thereafter.
Investigators discovered a makeshift explosive device, eight Molotov Cocktails, six pistols, a sawed-off hunting rifle, an RGD-5 grenade, more than thousand rounds of ammunition of multiple calibres, narcotics, counterfeit Ukrainian passports, and a wide range of far-right literature and paraphernalia after searching the detainees’ residences, according to the FSB.
The case’s evidence is still being gathered. The Russian Supreme Court declared “National Socialism/White Power” a terrorist organization in May 2021, and its operations were outlawed across the nation.
Throughout Monday’s briefing, Putin addressed a variety of issues, including calling for immediate action to stop foreign media provocative actions against the Russian military, as well as claiming that seeding division in Russian society and attempting to shatter the country up from within were among the West’s highest priorities. These attempts have thus far failed, he claims.
Putin also addressed economic and commercial issues, instructing state institutions to accept international enterprises that have remained in Russia despite pressure to withdraw to do so in peace, as well as to defend business in general from “excessive control.” He also urged the prosecutor’s office to focus on issues like as the labor market, housing, and communal services, two sectors where corruption and non-fulfillment of contracts by employers have harmed regular residents’ lives.