According to him, the remains were transported to Moscow with special precautions due to their high toxicity
– Doku Umarov, who was called “the terrorist number one in the North Caucasus”, has died of a poisoning with highly toxic substance in 2013. This was announced on Wednesday, “Interfax” informed source.
“In 2013, conducted a special operation in Ingushetia, where Umarov. He died as a result of poisoning potent substance,” – said the Agency interlocutor.
According to him, recently discovered in Ingushetia remains Umarov was moved to Moscow “with special precautions due to their high toxicity”.
“The examination confirmed that the remains belong to Umarov,” – said the source.
“Interfax” does not yet have official comments about the details of the special operation to kill Umarov.
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Earlier Wednesday, the FSB of Russia reported about the discovery in a mountainous area on the territory of Ingushetia the burial of Umarov.
“The FSB of Russia in the targeted long-term operational-search activities in forested mountainous terrain of Ingushetia, the burial of the leader of the North Caucasus Doku Umarov and four of his gang members, killed during a special operation of security forces in September 2013,” – said “Interfax” in TSOs FSB of Russia.
It noted that Umarov was the leader of the international terrorist organization “Caucasus Emirate”, which is prohibited by a decision of the Supreme court in February 2010. Umarov has acted in close contact with emissaries of international terrorist organizations “al Qaeda” and “Islamic state” (banned in Russia).
The secret service emphasizes that Umarov together with destroyed in 2006, Shamil Basayev was the direct organizer of the attack on Dagestan in 1999 and a series of subversive and terrorist actions on the territory of Russia, committed by members of armed groups on the transport infrastructure and public areas in the period from 2003 to 2013, “which resulted in a significant number of human victims”.