Russian FSB foils Ukrainian attack near Moscow; Kyiv’s intel chief warns Putin

The Russian FSB has released a footage of its men capturing three people and foiled a major terror attack near Moscow. The Security Service claimed that the people were planning to carry out a terror attack on rail lines on orders of Ukrainian forces. This comes just a day after Ukraine's intelligence chief said that his country will continue attacks on Russia until Moscow withdraws from Ukrainian territory. In an interview with The Washington Post, Kryrlo Budanov however, refused to comment on role in Crimean bridge attack that took place last year amid the war. Watch this video for more details.

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