Alexander Dugin laments brutal murder of his daughter
Russian political thinker and bereaved father Alexander Dugin has spoken for the first time of his sorrow after his daughter's assassination.
In his first comments since a car bombing killed his daughter, Russian political thinker and bereaved father Alexander Dugin recalled that he was driving in a separate car behind his daughter, Darya Dugina, when the explosion went off.
My daughter had been “brutally killed by an explosion in front of my eyes,” he stated.
Dugin, who is deeply saddened by the death of his beloved daughter, described the assassination as an “act of terror” that had been “carried out by the Nazi Ukrainian regime.”
In a statement issued by an associate, Dugin said, “Our hearts yearn for more than just revenge or retribution."
“We only need our victory. My daughter laid her maiden life on its altar. So win, please!”
It is worth noting that Dugin was admitted to the hospital after the assassination of his beloved daughter on Sunday.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced today that Darya Dugina, the daughter of Russian political philosopher and analyst Alexander Dugin, was killed in a car bombing prepared and executed by Ukraine's special services.
The Russian Investigative Committee determined that an explosive device was hidden beneath the car's floor on the driver's side. The FSB revealed that Ukrainian citizen Vovk Natalya was behind the murder.
"The crime was prepared and committed by the Ukrainian special services. The performer is a citizen of Ukraine Vovk Natalya ... born in 1979, who arrived in Russia on July 23, 2022, together with her daughter ... In order to organize the murder of D. Dugina and obtain information about her lifestyle, they rented an apartment in Moscow in the house where the deceased lived," the FSB said.
Following the exposure of Ukraine's role in the assassination, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) released a video of Ukrainian national Natalya Vovk, who has been designated as the main suspect in Saturday's car bombing in Moscow that killed journalist Darya Dugina.
A photo ID of Vovk in the Ukrainian National Guard uniform was published on the Russian internet in April as part of a dox of neo-Nazi Azov regiment members. According to the FSB, her surname is Shaban, which is the surname her daughter used when entering Russia.