Orthodox icons in which explosives were mounted would have passed from Ukraine through Romania on their way to Russia, FSB VIDEO announces

Orthodox icons in which explosives were mounted would have passed from Ukraine through Romania on their way to Russia, FSB VIDEO announces
Orthodox icons in which explosives were mounted would have passed from Ukraine through Romania on their way to Russia, FSB VIDEO announces
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Russian authorities announced that they intercepted an import of icons containing explosives. According to the FSB, the source of the explosive materials would be Ukraine, and the transport of icons passed through numerous EU countries, including Romania.

Russia’s secret service (FSB) has found a new way to suggest a link between Ukraine and the terrorist attack claimed by the Islamic State that rocked Moscow on March 22.

Images have been released of icons allegedly containing tens of kilograms of explosives, which the FSB says were seized at the border between Latvia and Russia. The icons with explosive materials would have circulated on the route Ukraine – Romania – Hungary – Slovakia – Poland – Lithuania – Latvia – Russia.

“All the organizers and accomplices of this crime, including foreign citizens, will be the subject of a search warrant and will be prosecuted according to Russian law,” said the FSB spokesmen, quoted by Digi24.

Russian authorities say the icons were carrying 70 kg of high explosives, 91 electric detonators and 27 improvised explosive devices.

The article is in Romanian

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