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Terrorist act of supporters of the “right sector” in an Orthodox temple prevented

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The FSB prevented a terrorist attack in an Orthodox church in Crimea, which was being prepared by supporters of the Right Sector banned in the Russian Federation, six people were detained, TASS reported from Simferopol on February 23, 2022 at the Center for Public Relations (CSP) of the FSB, Patriarchia.ru reports.

“The Federal Security Service prevented a terrorist act in theSimferopol diocese – Republic of Crimea. As a result of the measures taken, six Russian citizens were detained, who are supporters of the Ukrainian extremist organization Right Sector, who were preparing to detonate an improvised explosive device in one of the Orthodox churches in the region in order to intimidate the population, ”the CSO stressed.

The FSB reported that components for the manufacture of an explosive device with damaging elements and explosives were confiscated in the garage of one of the detainees. “Instructions for making them were found in the means of communication of the radicals, as well as correspondence with a discussion of the planned terrorist attack, which also confirms the involvement of the detainees in the propaganda of radical ideology on the Internet,” the security service added. In addition, the symbols of the “Right Sector” were confiscated from them.

Supporters of the Right Sector organization, banned in Russia, detained by the FSB were preparing a terrorist attack in the temple of Simferopol, a source in Crimea told TASS on Wednesday. According to the interlocutor of the agency, we are talking about a church in the urban-type settlement of Aeroflotsky, which is part of the borders of Simferopol.

On the website of the Simferopol deanery of the Simferopol and Crimean diocese, it is reported that an Orthodox church is operating in the village in the name of the icon of the Mother of God “Guide”. The whole life of the village is connected with aviation, local residents work in organizations related to the airport. The church was founded in 2008 and consecrated in 2011. It is located near the highway leading to the airport.

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