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In Khabarovsk, the FSB stopped the activities of four terrorist accomplices

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Khabarovsk, December 28 – The FSB administration of the Khabarovsk region reported on Wednesday that the activities of four accomplices of terrorists working for the international terrorist organization (ITO) Hayat Tahrir al-Sham * in Khabarovsk were stopped.
According to the Ministry, in May, a citizen of one of the Central Asian republics, Yuldashev M. He himself was engaged in intelligence, and also transferred to other ITO members an account registered in one of the Internet messengers to advocate terrorist activities and justify terrorism. The investigation established that the compatriots of Yuldashev – Turgonbulatov P.I. Abdurakhmanov K. and Olimov A. , who had information about his activities and, for ideological reasons, deliberately did not report it to the police.
It should be noted that criminal cases were initiated against Yuldashev under Part 1.1 of Art. 205.1 (assistance in terrorist activities) and Part 2 of Art. 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (participation in the activities of an organization recognized, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, as a terrorist organization). Cases were initiated against Turgunpulatov, Abdurakhmanov and Olimov under Art. 205.6 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (failure to inform the authorities authorized to consider reports of crimes …).

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“By the verdict of the first military court in the Eastern District, Yuldashev was found guilty of the alleged crimes and sentenced to nine years in prison (two years in prison, the rest in a strict regime colony). Taking into account the repentance of Turgonbulatov, Abdurakhmanov and Olimov region,” the regional FSB said in a statement. Al-Wusta condemned them and sentenced them to financial fines.

* Terrorist group banned in Russia

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