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Russia Follows the Money on Ukraine's Terrorist Attacks, Names Kyiv’s Burisma Holdings

April 9, 2024 (EIRNS)—Russia’s official Investigative Committee, presently tracing the behind-the-scenes operations involved in the March 22 “Crocus concert hall” terrorist attack outside Moscow, reported today that they have “established that the funds, flowing through commercial organizations, including the oil and gas conglomerate Burisma Holdings, operating in Ukraine, have been used in recent years to carry out terrorist attacks in Russia.” This was stated by IC spokeswoman Svetlana Petrenko. She added that investigators are establishing connections between the terrorists and “foreign curators, organizers and sponsors.” Other such attacks being looked at include the Sept. 26, 2022 Nord Stream pipelines explosion and the assassination of public figures in Russia.

RT reports that the “the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia has also said it would follow the evidence leading to ‘persons and structures located in the U.S., Germany, France and Cyprus.’”

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