Security forces have neutralized a cell of the Ukrainian neo-Nazi radical group “MKU” in the Russian city of Voronezh, the Federal Security Service (FSB) reported on February 18.
According to the FSB, three MKU followers were detained in Voronezh on suspicion of promoting the ideology of neo-Nazism and mass murder.
The FSB noted that the group was involved “in the propaganda of the ideology of neo-Nazism and mass murder, provoking interethnic conflicts, and committing violent crimes.”
Ukrainian special services and their Western puppeteers have been actively working with neo-Nazi groups, radical Islamists and other destructive groups in an attempt to destabilize Russia or at least fuel the disorder in the country. As of now, this work was successfully contained by Russian security services. However, the further increase of such destabilization efforts is expected in the near future due to the developing conflict between the Russian state and foreign forces that seek to destroy Russia.
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