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Russia Names Second Suspect in Killing of Darya Dugina’Prepared in Moscow’

Russia has named another Ukrainian citizen that it alleges was mixed up in the killing of Darya Dugina, daughter of an influential ally of President Vladimir Putin.

Russia’s FSB security services said in a statement Monday that Ukrainian national Bogdan Tsyganenko was mixed up in death of 29-year-old Dugina, daughter of Russian political commentator Alexander Dugin.

Dugina was killed on August 20 whenever a bomb put into a Toyota Land Cruiser exploded as she drove on a highway on the outskirts of Moscow. In accordance with Russian media reports, Dugina borrowed her father’s car at the final minute.

Numerous theories and accusations circulated in the aftermath of her death.

A portrait of Russian Darya Dugina
A portrait of Russian Darya Dugina, who was simply killed in an automobile bomb explosion the prior week, is displayed near her coffin because the letter ‘Z’, the tactical insignia of Russian troops in Ukraine. Dugina followed in her father’s footsteps, learning to be a well-known media personality who worked for pro-Kremlin television channels including Russia Today and Tsargrad.KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images

The FSB, following a brief investigation, claimed a female Ukrainian citizen was involved with Dugina’s killing and that the girl fled to Estonia on Sunday.

Ukraine has consistently denied any involvement. Newsweek continues to be attempting to independently verify the claims.

The FSB is currently alleging that Tsyganenko, 44, was also involved, and he assisted the main element suspect in the assassination plot by giving her with a fake ID and fake license plates, and by helping her assemble the bomb that killed Dugina.

The FSB also alleged that Tsyganenko helped to put together an improvised explosive device in a rented garage in the south-west of Moscow.

In accordance with Russia’s security service, Tsyganenko is really a person in a “Ukrainian sabotage and terrorist group” and found its way to Russia in transit through Estonia on July 30, and left the territory of Russia your day before Dugina’s death.

“The murder of Dugina … was prepared in Moscow,” the FSB said.

The intelligence service alleged that the documents sufficient reason for fake license plates he gave the initial named suspect were in the name of “a real-life citizen of Kazakhstan, Yulia Zaiko.”

The FSB said the initial suspect, a lady Ukrainian citizen born in 1979, found its way to Russia on July 23 as well as her daughter, and rented a flat in exactly the same building as Dugina.

“On your day of the murder,” the Ukrainian citizen and her daughter “attended the literary and music festival Tradition, where Dugina was present being an honorary guest.”

The Ukrainian citizen subsequently left through the Pskov region to Estonia following the car explosion, the FSB said.

Unverified claims that the feminine Ukrainian citizen have been murdered in a rented apartment circulated on social media marketing on Sunday. Austria’s interior ministry told Sputnik it might not confirm the reports.

Russia has previously accused the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) of ordering several “saboteurs” to handle terrorist attacks on Russian territory.

Ukraine has denied any involvement in Dugina’s death.

Newsweek has contacted Ukraine’s foreign ministry for comment.

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