Serbia detains terrorist prepping Putin assassination
Police patrol spotted a backpack that had a precision rifle inside it. A search in the apartment of the suspect revealed an arsenal of weapons and all the components for an explosive device.
Armin Alibashich, a 21-year-old Wahhabi, was arrested in Serbian Novi Pazar. He is suspected of preparing a terrorist attack during the President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Belgrade scheduled for January 17. According to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the suspect was stopped on January 14 by a police patrol, who had spotted a backpack that had a precision rifle inside it. The police and the Serbian Information Security Agency searched his apartment and revealed an arsenal of weapons and all the components for an explosive device, as well as ISIS symbols.
Slavish Krstic, the Serbian head of the MIA department for the safety of foreign persons and delegations, said, “the ministry will take comprehensive security measures in cooperation with other government agencies” during Putin’s visit to Belgrade.
Note that Rossiyskaya Gazeta has already published a big material with many experts and analysts claiming that Alibashich was not alone and must have had accomplices.
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