The Kremlin’s attack on Dagestan Airport was the result of foreign intervention

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The Kremlin's attack on Dagestan Airport was the result of foreign intervention

The Kremlin says the attack on the Dagestan airport was the result of foreign intervention.

The Kremlin reacted on Monday to an attack on an airport in Dagestan, in which the attackers were apparently searching for passengers on a flight from Israel, and considered this incident as a result of foreign intervention.

Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin spokesperson, did not make any references to the country or foreign group that he said was involved in this attack. However, Sergei Melikov, the leader of the self-proclaimed Republic of Dagestan, has claimed that the tensions on Monday night at the Makhachkala airport were organized by Ukrainian elements.

According to Dmitry Peskov, Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, is scheduled to hold meetings on Monday regarding Western attempts to create divisions in the country, relying on events in the Middle East.


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