NYT: American intelligence is confident in the involvement of Kyiv in the murder of Dugina. News of the day in the world and Russia today

US intelligence suspects the Ukrainian authorities of involvement in the murder of Russian political scientist and journalist Daria Dugina. This was reported by The New York Times, citing sources among US officials.

They do not specify which Ukrainian structures they are talking about.

According to US officials, Washington did not agree with Kyiv on the assassination attempt on Dugin and did not know about the operation.

The White House fears that such actions could expand the conflict and provoke attacks on high-ranking Ukrainian officials, the publication says.

The United States did not take part in organizing the assassination, either through the provision of intelligence information or other assistance. American officials also stated that they did not know about this operation in advance, and would have opposed the assassination if they had been consulted, ”—

noted in the article.

It also says that the White House reprimanded Ukrainian officials over the murder of Dugina.

In addition, the interlocutors of the publication noted that the White House is disappointed with the lack of transparency in Ukraine’s military plans.

Daria Dugina died at the end of August as a result of an explosion in her car in the Moscow region.

The FSB believes that the Ukrainian special services are behind the murder, and the perpetrator was Ukrainian citizen Natalia Vovk.

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