The Speaker of the Russian State Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin, affirmed that “the support of the Kiev regime by the United States and Europe led to the establishment of a terrorist state in Ukraine,” noting that “there are no negotiations with the terrorists, but rather they must be liquidated.”
Volodin said on his channel in “Telegram” that “as a result of the terrorist attack committed by the criminal Kiev regime, the military correspondent Vladlin Tatarsky (Maxim Fomin) was killed, and many people were injured,” adding that “Washington and Brussels’ support for the Kiev authorities has led to the establishment of a terrorist state in Central Europe.” According to the Russian news agency Tass.
He also stressed that “there is no justification for terrorism and the need to fight it harshly in all parts of the world,” adding that “there are no negotiations with terrorists, but they must be eliminated.”
“Scare those who tell the truth”
He also referred to the killing of journalist and political scientist Daria Dugina, and to the FSB officers thwarting numerous other terrorist attacks “against journalists Vladimir Solovyov, Margarita Simonyan, Dmitry Kiselov, Yevgeny Popov, Olga Skabeeva, Tigran Keosayan, and the founder of the TV channel “Tsargrad” Constantine Malofeev.”
He explained that “the Kiev regime is trying to intimidate and eliminate those who speak the truth,” adding that “the blood of the dead and wounded will remain at the hands of (US President Joe) Biden, (French President Emmanuel) and Macron, (German Chancellor Olaf) Schultz and other heads of state who support (Ukrainian President Volodymyr) Zelensky’s regime.
It is noteworthy that an explosion occurred, on Sunday evening, in a cafe in the center of St. Petersburg, northwestern Russia, where an explosive device exploded, with a force of more than 200 grams of “TNT”, targeting the Russian military correspondent, Vladlin Tatarsky, who was killed in the explosion, in When another 40 people were wounded.
On the same day after the incident, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said, “Tatarsky’s professional success aroused hatred of the Kiev regime and posed a danger to it,” noting that “Russian journalists are constantly exposed to death threats from the Kiev regime.”