Suspect of Dugina assassination killed?

Suspect of Dugina assassination killed?

Darya Dugina, daughter of Russia’s well-known political expert Aleksandr Dugin, died when the car she was in exploded on 20 August near the city of Odintsovo in the Moscow region.

An investigation was initiated regarding the incident, and it was stated that an explosive device was placed in the vehicle and it was detonated while the vehicle was driving. It was stated that the car belonged to Alexander Dugin.


Russian intelligence FSB, in its statement regarding the details of Dugina murder, said, “It was determined that the crime was prepared and committed by the Ukrainian special services. The killing plan was carried out by Ukrainian citizen Natalia Vovk, born in 1979. Vovk with her 12-year-old daughter on July 23. RussiaHe rented an apartment in the apartment where Dugina lived to come to Turkey and collect information.

It was reported that after the attack, Vovk fled with his daughter to Estonia via the Pskov region of Russia, and it was reported that this person used the Donetsk People’s Republic plate when entering Russia, the Kazakhstan plate in Moscow, and the Ukrainian plate when exiting the country.


Recently, Austrian news site Express reported that Vovk was found dead, referring to a message circulating on Telegram. The report suggested that Vovk may have been killed while hiding in a rented flat, possibly.


The Austrian Interior Ministry has responded to the news about the alleged murder of Ukrainian national Natalia Vovk, who was announced as the murder suspect of Russian journalist Darya Dugina.

“We can say that we know nothing about such a case. Therefore, we cannot verify this information, we cannot confirm its accuracy,” a ministry spokesperson told TASS on Sunday.


Dugina graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2015.

Dugina, 30, also known as a journalist, was working as a “political observer” in the “International Eurasian Movement” non-governmental organization.

Dugina also went to the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, which was under the control of Russia, and conducted studies. The British Foreign Office also announced that Dugina was placed on the sanctions list at the beginning of July.


Russian political expert, sociologist and philosopher Aleksandr Dugin heads the International Eurasian Movement.

Adopting the neo-Eurasian movement, Dugin was included in the list of “100 Global Thinkers of the Modern World” by Foreign Policy magazine in 2014.

In addition, Dugin is on the sanctions lists of the USA, Canada and the European Union as of 2010.

* Images of the news are provided by the Associated Press.

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