Ukraine Denies Involvement in Moscow Concert Theater Attack as Russia Continues Search for ‘Ukrainian Footprint’

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Russia’s Investigative Committee has announced that they have found evidence linking the gunmen responsible for the attack on a concert theater in Moscow, resulting in over 140 deaths, to Ukrainian nationalists. They arrested another individual who was involved in the attack and allegedly participated in financing terrorists.

The Justice Department has already ruled preventive detention for eight other suspects connected to the attack, charging them with terrorism offenses. The investigation continues as authorities gather more evidence and detain individuals linked to the crime.

According to the Investigation Committee, the attackers received significant sums of cash and cryptocurrencies from Ukraine for the preparation of the crime. They have identified and detained another suspect involved in financing the terrorists.

Ukraine has denied any involvement in the attack, which is considered the deadliest in Russia in the past two decades. The investigation continues as authorities gather more evidence and detain individuals linked to the crime. Russia has acknowledged that the attack was carried out by Islamists but is still searching for a possible “Ukrainian footprint.”

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