Daughter of staunch Putin ally Alexander Dugin killed in automotive bombing close to Moscow: experiences


The daughter of Russian struggle mastermind and Putin pal Alexander Dugin was killed in a automotive bombing outdoors of Moscow late Saturday night time, in accordance with experiences.

The far-right ideologue’s daughter, Darya Dugina, was immediately killed when a bomb went off that was supposed to take out her father, in accordance with information outlet Baza’s Telegram channel

A buddy of Darya Dugina confirmed to Russian information company TASS that she was killed when the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado blew up. The automotive belonged to her father, he mentioned.

Darya Dugina, 29, had been driving for about 10 minutes after leaving the “Custom” music and literature competition when her automotive exploded, Baza reported. 

Her father was imagined to take the automotive however received in a unique automobile on the final second, violinist Pyotr Lundstrem instructed the outlet.

Moments after the explosion,  Alexander Dugin arrived on the scene. Video from the Baza’s Telegram channel apparently reveals a distraught father holding his palms on his head incredulously because the wreckage burns behind him.

Denis Pushilin, head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Individuals’s Republic within the occupied Donbas area of Ukraine, blamed “terrorists of the Ukrainian regime,” for the blast in a Telegram submit. Different pro-Kremlin Telegram channels additionally pointed fingers at Ukraine.

Russian authorities are investigating whether or not or not the explosion was a focused hit on Alexander Dugin, a widely known political thinker and proponent of the “Russian World” and “New Russia” ideologies that some have mentioned pushed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s resolution to invade Ukraine.

He’s generally referred as “Putin’s Mind” and the 2 reportedly have an in depth relationship.

“Struggle with Ukraine is inevitable, however up to now we’ve executed solely half of the duty,” he instructed The Related Press in 2016.  “Now we have united with Crimea, we’ve offered assist to Novorossiya, however we didn’t liberate Novorossiya [New Russia].”

Darya Dugin was outspoken supporter Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. She was sanctioned by the U.S. authorities in March.

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