Brother suspected of organizing the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg deported to Russia

The older brother of the ninth defendant in the case on the terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg Abror Azimov, was deported from Kyrgyzstan to Russia as a possible accomplice in the crime. According to a source familiar with the situation, Akram Azimov was detained in Osh and sent to Moscow.

The older brother of the alleged organizer of the terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg Abror Azimov, was deported from Kyrgyzstan to Russia. This was reported «Interfax» citing a source familiar with the situation.

«Akram Azimov was detained in Osh and deported to Russia,» he said, adding that the detainee «is suspected of complicity in preparing a terrorist attack in the subway of Saint-Petersburg».

Earlier on the detention and deportation of the older brother told the younger brother Asimovich Bilal. According to him, «Akram was taken from the Osh airport in Moscow.» His deportation, according to Bilal Asimov, stems from the fact that he has Russian citizenship.

Abror Azimov was detained April 17, in the Moscow region. According to intelligence agencies, he participated in the preparation of the suicide bomber of Akbarjon Jalilova. The explosion in the subway occurred April 3. The attack killed 14 people.

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Brother suspected of organizing the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg deported to Russia 20.04.2017

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