As reported by Censor.NET citing Interfax, the Russian secret service claimed that its officers detained a member of "ISIS" in the Smolensk Oblast who was allegedly tasked by the SBU and Right Sector to eliminate a "DPR" leader.
"On Sept. 9, the FSB detained Russian national Magomed Medzhid Gabibulaevich in the territory of the Smolensk Oblast. A native of Dagestan, a member of the "Islamic State" terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation was tusked by the Security Service of Ukraine and leaders of the Right Sector to murder one of the militia leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic," the FSB public relations center said.
According to the secret service of the aggressor state, Magomedov allegedly confessed that the SBU provides Ukraine-based "ISIS" militants with funding, weapons and explosives for carrying out terrorist attacks in Russia.
The detainee was attributed a claim that the SBU actively involves members of the Islamic State in eliminating the terrorists of the self-styled "Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics."
According to the FSB, Magomedov allegedly arrived in Ukraine in early 2018 to resolve with the "ISIS" emissaries the issues concerning provision of necessary resources to the North Caucasus-based militants and was eventually introduced to the members of the SBU and the Right Sector.
"Magomedov was subsequently tasked by the Ukrainian secret service to eliminate the commander of a DPR Armed Forces’ unit living in the Smolensk Oblast," the FSB said.
FSB said it found out that Magomedov arrived in the Smolensk Oblast "armed with the weapons he retrieved from the arms cache on the territory of Russia, which were put there by his handlers." He was also allegedly aware of the place of residence and vehicles used by his target. An improvised explosive device equivalent to 1.5 kg of TNT and a loaded handgun with a silencer were found on him during detention, the FSB said.