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The FSB arrested the older brother Abror Azimov, involved in the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg

The FSB announced the arrest of the older brother of one of the organizers of the terrorist act in the subway of St. Petersburg Abror Azimov involved in the preparation of the explosion.

«On April 19 in the village of Moscow arrested the elder brother of the organizer of the crimes being investigated Abror Azimov — Asimov Akram, born in 1988,» writes on Wednesday, April 19, the news Agency «Interfax» with reference to TSOs FSB of Russia.

The report notes that Akram Asimov assisted in the transportation of cash used in the preparation of a terrorist act, as well as in the organization of a channel of communication with emissaries of international terrorist organizations.

Earlier Wednesday, the younger brother suspects Bilal said to «Interfax», Akram Asimov was deported from Kyrgyzstan in Russia. «Akram was taken from the Osh airport in Moscow. He was detained in Osh and deported to Russia, as he is a citizen of the Russian Federation» – said the youngest of the brothers Asimovich.

According to the materials of the case, announced at the time of arrest, Asimov was born in Kyrgyzstan in Jalal-Abad oblast. In Russia it was registered in Vladimir region, but lived in the Moscow region in the Odintsovo district. Home the suspect was found a Makarov pistol, cell phone and several SIM cards.

Officially, the suspect was not working, but was married and raised a young child. He was the ninth defendant in a criminal case on the terrorist attack in Russia. Previously, he was arrested eight suspects – six people in St. Petersburg and two in Moscow.

The FSB arrested the older brother Abror Azimov, involved in the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg 19.04.2017

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