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MOSCOW, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - The Moskovsky Komsomolets daily named the attempt at an attack on the editorial office of the newspaper by unidentified masked people, who hurled the smoke barrels and smoke flares in the building, as “a disgusting and hooligan action.”
Several masked teenagers tried to break in the building, hurled the flares at it and spilled the paint, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper Aider Muzhdabayev told Itar-Tass. According to Muzhdabayev, the hooligans acted under the disguise of Ukrainian nationalists, with the posters, on which were written such slogans as “the Ukrainian women are not the good”, and the eyewitnesses noticed the symbols of Ukrainian nationalists on their clothes.
The Moskovsky Komsomolets daily named the action as “disgusting and hooligan,” looking like a provocative act. “Together with the hooligans and the filming crew of the television company Mir arrived there that evokes questions to the directorate of the company. If they knew it beforehand, why they did not said about it to us. I would like to get the answers to these questions,” Muzhdabayev said.
The police reported that the detectives of the Moscow main police department are investigating the details of this incident. The main police department reported that a guard of the private security agency that works at the building, which houses the editorial office of the Moskovsky Komsomolets daily, called the police alert force and said that unidentified masked people broke in the editorial office with the posters and began scattering the smoke barrels all around. The police rushed to the incident site to investigate the incident.