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A threatening message from the Russian authorities 

26.05.2024 admin

On 24 May, Bishkek hosted a regular meeting of the Council of Heads of National Security Enforcement Agencies and Special Services of the CIS countries.

Alexander Bortnikov, director of the Federal Security Service (FSB), and Sergei Naryshkin, head of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), who attended the event, used this platform to aggressively propagandise the Kremlin’s policy in the Central Asian region.

In order to sow fear and panic among the cowardly and corrupt presidents of the region, Bortnikov and Naryshkin deliberately lied and misinformed the participants of the meeting about the tragic events that took place on 22 March in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall, as well as about the organisation by the “collective West” of colour revolutions in the CIS countries.

SVR Director Naryshkin stated: “British and American intelligence services do not refuse to work with underground terrorist groups to destabilise the situation not only inside Afghanistan, but also in the Central and Asian states bordering it.”

FSB chief Bortnikov was more specific in his statements. The main points of his speech at the Council meeting are as follows:

– “The investigation of the terrorist attack in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall is being carried out with the direct assistance of the special services of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan”;

– Members of Wilayat Khorasan, who coordinated the actions of the terrorists who attacked Crocus City Hall via the Internet, were placed in Afghanistan and Pakistan;

– Ukrainian military intelligence is directly involved in the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall;

– Afghan authorities (read: the Taliban terrorist movement) are actively working to normalise the situation, fighting odious groups, seeking to strengthen external borders. They maintain an active dialogue with Russia;

– We see persistent attempts by the Anglo-Saxons to influence the situation in Afghanistan. They want to gain a foothold in Central Asia and use this platform to influence the entire region.

There is no doubt that the terrorist attack in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall was carried out by Putin’s terrorist regime, which pursued practical goals. If we translate Bortnikov’s and Naryshkin’s statement into understandable human language, this is what they are trying to communicate: by stating that the investigation into the events at Crocus City Hall is being conducted with the direct participation of the special services of the Central Asian countries, the Russian side is legalising its official version of the terrorist attack by making the heads of the region’s relevant agencies complicit in its terrible crimes.

In the context of Bortnikov’s statement, the parliamentarians of Uzbekistan are obliged to organise a hearing on this issue and summon the Chairman of the State Security Service (SGB), Abdusalom Azizov, to report on the specific ways in which his agency assisted in the investigation of the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall.

ISIS-Khorasan’s personnel does not exceed 100 people, and the maximum they are capable of doing is mass shooting or self-detonation (with or without a vehicle) in the territories bordering Afghanistan (Iran and Pakistan), but no more. By holding ISIS-Khorasan responsible for the terrorist attack in Crocus City Hall, the Russian authorities are only increasing their publicity. In order to destabilise Western countries and North America, Putin’s regime will commit terrorist acts on the territory of these states in the not too distant future, and the responsibility will be taken by proxy groups financed by Russian security services.

Having praised the Taliban regime, the Russian authorities are working on removing the Taliban movement from the list of terrorist organisations. In return, Putin’s regime hopes to use “former terrorists” as a cudgel and a bogeyman, to influence the leadership of Central Asian countries to achieve its geopolitical goals in the region.

Let us hope that the Taliban leadership hasn‚Äôt forgotten that when in 2001 they appealed to the Russian authorities to unite in the fight against the U.S., Putin responded with an English-speaking gesture – “Fuck off”. When talking about the cooperation of Western intelligence services with underground terrorist groups to destabilise the Central Asian region, Bortnikov and Naryshkin were clearly referring to the Russian Federation, not their overseas opponents. Since Putin’s bloody rise to power, the Kremlin has become a place of pilgrimage for terrorists of all stripes.

At the meeting of the Council of Heads of National Security Enforcement Agencies and Special Services in Bishkek, Bortnikov and Naryshkin sent a threatening message to the participants of the event that if the presidents of their countries were not obedient and loyal to Russia’s invasive policy in the region, terrorist attacks like the one at Crocus City Hall with the subsequent destabilisation of the situation in their countries would be guaranteed.