The Russian internal security service FSB has said it has identified a new suspected suspect in the murder of Daria Dugina, daughter of Putin’s domestic ideologist Alexander Dugin.
According to the FSB, it is a Ukrainian who was born in 1978 and entered the country on July 30 via Estonia. The man is said to have helped prepare for the assassination and left Russia, the FSB said, citing state news agency Tass.
The 30-year-old daughter of political philosopher and ultra-nationalist Dugin was killed near Moscow on August 20 when her car was remotely detonated.
Shortly after the explosion, the investigators already charged a suspect from Ukraine. Russia says Ukrainian secret services are behind the murder. Kyiv denies that.