Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted on Monday that the attack on a concert hall in the suburbs of Moscow last Friday was carried out by radical Islamists. At least 139 people died in the attack. In a press conference, Putin stated that the crime was committed by radical Islamists with an ideology against which the Islamic world has been fighting for centuries.

Despite acknowledging the involvement of radical Islamists, Putin also questioned “who benefits” from the attacks. He suggested that Ukrainian authorities may be connected to the incident and stressed the importance of further investigation to determine the true motives behind the attack.

Putin linked the attack to those who have been in conflict with Russia since 2014, calling them the neo-Nazi regime in Kiev. He believed that the attackers were trying to spread chaos in the country, but acknowledged the unity and determination of

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