MOSCOW, December 6. /TASS/. The Moscow District Military Court has sentenced two members of the Islamic State (IS, terror group, outlawed in Russia) who planned a terrorist attack in the Moscow Region to 17 and 18 years in a high-security prison, the court’s Secretary Irina Zhirnova informed TASS.
"The court sentenced Nurlan Makhsudov to 18 years and Magomedkhabib Gajiyev to 17 years in a high-security prison," she said.
Gajiyev and Makhsudov were found guilty of organizing the activities of a terrorist organization outlawed in Russia and the illegal acquisition of firearms and explosives.
According to investigators, the extremists planned to commit a series of terrorist acts in crowded places in the Moscow Region, using bombs packed with nails.