A lawsuit was filed against the arsonist of the Vladimir region government building 22:00

A lawsuit was filed against the arsonist of the government building in the Vladimir region under the article on deliberate destruction of property in a generally dangerous manner. This has been reported telegram channel Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.

According to the ministry, a resident of Vladimir born in 2000 had previously been found to have “thrown containers with flammable liquids into the windows and cars of cars parked nearby” while near a government building, as a result of which one of the vehicles caught fire. .”

Telegram channels on the afternoon of April 13 reportedMultiple explosions occurred near the regional administration building in Vladimir. Neighborhood residents say that 3-4 explosions occurred every 30-40 seconds. It was later revealed that a car caught fire near the regional government building.

Later Images emergedThe incident when an attacker tried to throw a Molotov cocktail at the Vladimir city administration building.

Telegram channel Mash WroteIt was stated that the target of the attack against the Vladimir administration could be Deputy Governor Konstantin Baranov.

Previously recognized The identity of the man who threw a Molotov cocktail at the government in Vladimir.

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