Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said on Tuesday that Ukraine was involved in the attack on a concert hall in Moscow last Friday, where four gunmen killed around 140 people. When asked by the press whether Ukraine or the Islamic State was responsible for the attack, Patrushev resolutely answered that it was Ukraine. Patrushev, who is second in command on the Security Council after Russian President Vladimir Putin and Vice President Dmitry Medvedev, did not elaborate on his claim.

Patrushev has been a strong supporter of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and believes that the conflict is not a war but an attempt by the West to antagonize Moscow and Kiev. His comments came shortly after Putin admitted that the attack was carried out by “radical Islamists” but also suggested that Ukraine could be linked to the attack. Putin expressed interest in finding out who ordered the attack.

The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has raised tensions in the region and led to accusations and blame on both sides. It remains to be seen how the situation will unfold as investigations continue. The terrorist attack at a concert hall in Moscow last Friday has shocked many people around the world and has further complicated an already complex situation in Eastern Europe.

By Samantha Johnson

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