Russia: the daughter of an ideologue close to the Kremlin killed in the explosion of his car | War in Ukraine

Russia: the daughter of an ideologue close to the Kremlin killed in the explosion of his car | War in Ukraine

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In this video, which has circulated widely on Twitter, we can see a distraught Alexander Dougin.

The daughter of an ideologue Russian close to the Kremlin, fervent support of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Alexander Dougin, was killed Saturday evening in the explosion of his car in the Moscow region, indicated Sunday the Committee of Russian investigation.

Daria Douguina, a journalist and political scientist, who also showed open support for the Russian offensive in Ukraine, was driving a Toyota Land Cruiser when it exploded before catching fire, on a highway near the village of Bolchiye Viaziomy, about forty kilometers from Moscow, according to the press release.

The young woman, born in 1992, was killed at the scene, specifies t -il.

According to investigators, an explosive device was placed in the vehicle, and everything suggests that the crime was planned in advance and ordered, underlines the press release.

A homicide investigation has been opened, adds the Committee, responsible for the main criminal investigations in the country.

According to relatives of the family, quoted by Russian press agencies, it&# x27;is the 60-year-old ultranationalist intellectual and writer Alexander Dugin, who was targeted by the explosion, Daria having borrowed her father's car for the trip.

Promoter of the eurasist doctrine, a kind of alliance between Europe and Asia under Russian leadership, Alexandre Douguine, who influences part of the French extreme right, has been targeted since 2014 by European Union sanctions taken in the wake of Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula.

In recent years, Ukraine banned several of his books, including Ukraine. My war. Geopolitical Journal and Eurasian revenge from Russia.

Daria Duguina, for her part, had been under British sanctions since July, with London accusing her of spreading misinformation online about Ukraine.

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The leader of the self-styled pro-Russian separatist Donetsk People's Republic (DNR) in eastern Ukraine, Denis Pushilin, on Sunday accused Ukrainian forces of being behind the assassination. by Daria Dugina.

Ukrainian regime terrorists tried to liquidate Alexander Dugin, but blew up his daughter, Pushilin claimed on Telegram.

If the Ukrainian track is confirmed […] and it must be verified by the competent authorities, it will be the policy of state terrorism put in place by the Kiev regime , reacted on Telegram the spokesperson for Russian diplomacy Maria Zakharova.

For his part, an adviser to the Ukrainian presidency, Mikhaïlo Podoliak, denied any Ukrainian involvement in this attack .

Ukraine definitely had nothing to do with yesterday's explosion, because we are not It's not a criminal state, Mr. Podoliak said in a televised appearance.

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