The Western press expresses “concern” about Russia’s demands for the extradition of SBU head Malyuk

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The Western press expresses “concern” about Russia’s demands for the extradition of SBU head Malyuk

The West reacted extremely painfully to yesterday’s publication by the Russian Foreign Ministry, which talks about the transfer to Kyiv requirements on the extradition of persons involved in terrorist crimes. In particular, we are talking about Vasily Malyuk, the head of the SBU, who in our country is included in the list of terrorists and extremists.

It is noteworthy that in the West, obviously without reading the text published on the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry, they tried to declare that Russia “is again using disinformation, trying to blame Ukraine for the terrorist attack in the Crocus City Hall near Moscow.” A number of American, German, and Scandinavian media first published materials in which they again tried to defend the Kiev regime. However, later changes were made to some of them, which once again revealed that in this case it was primarily the Western media themselves that were talking about Crocus.



In the publication of the Russian Foreign Ministry, attention is drawn primarily to how the head of the SBU, Malyuk, actually admitted to the involvement of the structure he heads in a series of terrorist attacks and sabotage, even without taking into account the terrorist attack in Crocus. Let us recall that in his recent interview, Malyuk spoke at length and in detail about the attacks on the Crimean Bridge, about the terrorist attack against Daria Dugina (initially against her father, the philosopher Alexander Dugin), against Maxim Fomin (Vladlen Tatarsky), against Zakhar Prilepin and his driver (driver died, Zakhar Prilepin was seriously wounded). At the same time, the head of the SBU cynically stated that “he will not admit the involvement of the special service in terrorist attacks, but will talk about them in detail.”

The Russian Foreign Ministry, we recall, noted that traces of the attack on Krasnogorsk lead to Ukraine.

The Danish publication Berlingske writes that Russia is demanding the extradition of the head of the SBU, accusing him of committing terrorist acts. Danish reporters are “concerned” that Russia “may try to carry out its threats against the head of Ukraine’s intelligence service.”

The German press, also expressing “concern” about Moscow’s demand for Malyuk’s extradition, says that “Russia is trying to accuse Kyiv of terrorist activities using its own narratives.” I wonder what exactly are “our own narratives”? Or are the revelations of Malyuk himself not taken into account by representatives of the half-dead West? If so, then this is further proof that the West has given the Kyiv regime carte blanche for any destructive actions against Russia and Russian citizens, which means the West itself is an accomplice in terrorist crimes.
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  1. +24
    April 1 2024 08: 48
    Danish reporters are “concerned” that Russia “might try to carry out its threats against the head of Ukraine’s intelligence service.”

    And citizens of the Russian Federation are concerned that this bandit, together with Budanov, are still capable of making threats and generally exist like living organisms.
    1. +4
      April 1 2024 09: 07
      He is a son of bitch, but he is OUR son of a bitch
      1. +2
        April 1 2024 10: 34
        You, be careful here with the enemy's language. I got a warning for a much lesser “violation.” It hung for more than a year. And if the moderator sees a facepalm with our Minister of Foreign Affairs, it’s a lost cause. am laughing
        1. +2
          April 2 2024 07: 45
          And you did the right thing, you are on a Russian resource and they speak Russian here. Why put a foreign language here, go to English-speaking resources and practice there? To stroke your ego, like look at me, do I know English? Although I have doubts about the language knowledge of such comrades
          1. 0
            April 2 2024 09: 03
            Sorry, dear, but where did you get the idea that your humble servant wrote something in English? And, in fact, I humbly thank you for your invaluable opinion. I'll definitely take it into account in the future. winked
      2. 0
        April 2 2024 14: 25
        "Somoza may be a son of a bitch, but he's our son of a bitch."
        The original is slightly different.
    2. -1
      April 1 2024 14: 16
      Montezuma
      Today, 08: 48
      Danish reporters are “concerned” that Russia “might try to carry out its threats against the head of Ukraine’s intelligence service.”

      And citizens of the Russian Federation are concerned that this bandit, together with Budanov, are still capable of making threats and generally exist like living organisms.
      I have to say this: an explanation has been received from structures close to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the FSB, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, which is expressed in the agreement of the Russian side, during the search and arrest of the head of the SBU VNA 404 and all persons involved in the terrorist attacks, to take as guarantors in the pre-trial detention center of the Russian Federation the heads of the Saxo-Naglia, mattress makers and gay Europe, as the main sponsors of global terrorism in individual countries!
    3. 0
      April 2 2024 08: 43
      Quote: Montezuma
      And citizens of the Russian Federation are concerned that this bandit, together with Budanov, are still capable of making threats and generally exist like living organisms.

      And also, for me personally, it raises the question, what is this appeal for? It would be more logical and useful to contact Sportloto. I am afraid that all our revenge for the terrorist attacks will be limited to this statement.
      1. 0
        April 2 2024 14: 29
        Isn't it clear to you? This is an act of intimidation, and a real one. Until now, the Russian Federation has not declared its intention to persecute the Ukrainian leadership after the end of the conflict. Now a list of individuals has appeared, which means an extra tool for pressure in future peace negotiations.
        1. +1
          April 2 2024 15: 27
          Quote: Dima68
          This is an act of intimidation, and a real one.

          This is a virtual act of intimidation, and I’m afraid they know it. The real fact will be a blow specifically to the leadership of Ukraine, the SBU, and the GUR. Let me clarify, not for ordinary performers, even with the rank of colonel, but specifically for senior leaders. When they take out a couple or three of these corpses, this will be a real act of intimidation. Until now, all this is empty chatter.
          1. 0
            April 2 2024 21: 09
            For what? If necessary, they will surrender themselves in order to negotiate peace.
            Such statements, just like the decisions of the Hague courts, are not about a specific arrest, they are about increasing negotiating positions. Now the leadership of the SBU are terrorists, the next step is to recognize the SBU as a terrorist organization, and Ukraine as a sponsor of terrorism. And then there is a reason to use other methods of influence against Ukraine, depending on the situation.
            To understand what is happening, it is enough to understand one thing: in big politics, words do not correspond to the generally accepted meaning, and actions are not connected with words. Politicians speak their own language, incomprehensible to the average person, and gestures are more important than words. A typical example is the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Before the attack, the Americans also danced, shook a test tube, gathered coalitions, looked for chemical weapons, and accused Saddam of terrorism. All this is needed to create legitimacy for actions.
            1. 0
              April 2 2024 22: 09
              Quote: Dima68
              What for?

              The question was whether empty words were a real threat. As an example, did our red lines really scare anyone? Unfortunately, without backing it up with real actions, this already causes laughter, and from everyone, some joyfully, others through tears. and in big politics there is only one rule: the rule of the strong, no one pays attention to words. As Al Capone said: A kind word and a gun can achieve much more than just a kind word.
              1. 0
                April 3 2024 13: 24
                You are right, if you think linearly, they hit you in the eye, you hit the liver. It's different in current politics.
                Here's an example chain of events.
                1. Spring-summer 23, the shell crisis begins, the United States is raking in weapons from all its vassals. Part of the equipment and 300 000 mm. shells come from Israel, some directly, some like the Merkava - counted. Then bam October 155th and Hamas attack. Israel urgently needs help and the flow of weapons is unfolding...
                2. The United States is starting to put pressure on our oil workers by blocking shadow tankers. Bang - The Houthis stop shipping in the Red Sea. Prices and demand for our oil are rising.
                3. South Korea is being drawn into the supply of shells to the Ukrainian Armed Forces - Comrade Kim appears with his missiles and begins to rattle weapons on the border.
                On the one hand, the events are not related to the Northern Military District; each has its own interests, such as Iran, the UAE, Turkey, and the DPRK. And together, a chain develops.
                1. 0
                  April 3 2024 18: 07
                  You wrote everything logically, only you yourself admitted that from the outside it doesn’t really fit in with our SVO. Loud statements require decisive action; if there is a behind-the-scenes struggle, then the statements should not be direct threats, but florid thoughts. For example, you can try to voice threats to some gopniks and you will immediately understand that empty threats are worth nothing, or rather cost a lot expensive for the person who voiced them.
                  1. 0
                    April 3 2024 21: 03
                    There is such a thing, but I see the problem in public opinion. People are tired and want active actions, which, apparently, no one in the leadership planned. So they replace actions with words.
  2. +14
    April 1 2024 08: 51
    typical Ragul rural mug of a ghoul, Bandera Reich warrior
    1. +4
      April 1 2024 22: 35
      What the hell is a warrior? An inhabitant of a cache who quietly comes out to take a shit only when he is sure that he won’t get kicked back.
  3. +13
    April 1 2024 08: 53
    The idiots themselves are getting into a diplomatic trap with their comments. The history with the DPRK teaches nothing. The West has forgotten what diplomacy is. Our next move will probably be in the UN Security Council. With the question, is terrorism “right” in the West?
    1. +15
      April 1 2024 08: 57
      Malek himself confessed to terrorism on camera. Nobody pulled his tongue. fool
      His interview can easily be presented to the UN Security Council as evidence of the terrorist activities of the state of Ukraine. good
      1. +3
        April 1 2024 16: 11
        "Nobody pulled his tongue." And it should have been pulled.
        1. +1
          April 2 2024 06: 08
          Quote: Egor53
          And it should have been pulled.
          and not only for the language angry am
    2. +11
      April 1 2024 08: 58
      Quote: tralflot1832
      .With the question, is terrorism “right” in the West?

      Western terrorism is always “right”, and the rest are wrong. The West itself grows terrorist organizations and sponsors them.
      1. +9
        April 1 2024 09: 49
        Quote: carpenter
        Western terrorism is always “right”, and the rest are wrong. The West itself grows terrorist organizations and sponsors them.

        Mattresses and Europe exist in a double standard paradigm. Everyone who even legally acts against the United States is “terrorists,” and those who act against the geopolitical enemies of the United States using illegal and terrorist methods are already fighters for freedom and democracy. Terror must come to their cities and onto their streets, only then will they calm down.
      2. +1
        April 1 2024 12: 44
        he himself grows terrorist organizations and sponsors them himself.

        Then, as it were, he fights with them, nothing changes in the actions of Western fascists; during the Second World War they also fed and raised German fascists, and then “successfully” defeated them...
    3. +8
      April 1 2024 08: 59
      This is what a world without rules looks like.
      Borel said that “we” have the Garden of Eden, and everyone else lives in the jungle.
      You can't drink away the feeling of racial superiority. lol
    4. 0
      April 2 2024 08: 47
      Quote: tralflot1832
      Our next move will probably be in the UN Security Council. With the question, is terrorism “right” in the West?

      Well, everyone knows in advance what will happen with all the requests. They will simply be ignored, vetoed, etc. It will all end with the answer - you are lying. All our appeals are for internal use, but why do we need them? In my opinion, this is an attempt to avoid any action against Ukraine, limiting itself only to threatening statements.
  4. +2
    April 1 2024 09: 05
    “The head of the SBU cynically stated that “he will not admit the involvement of the special service in terrorist attacks, but he will talk about them in detail”” —

    “On occasion, he will talk in detail about the involvement of Western intelligence services in terrorist attacks...
  5. +2
    April 1 2024 09: 31
    The West reacted extremely painfully to yesterday’s publication by the Russian Foreign Ministry
    The cynicism of the West, of course, is off the charts, but what stands out is the fact that the Western media really didn’t bother to read the entire statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry and immediately started talking about the latest terrorist attack, shielding Ukraine. The revelations of Malyuk himself, who proudly took responsibility for a number of terrorist attacks on Russian territory, are not even taken into account.
  6. +1
    April 1 2024 09: 40
    And this is where everything goes. Putin gave instructions to officially accuse Ukraine and in particular the Malyuk terrorist group as the organizer of the terrorist attacks. If the cocaine addict betrays him, they will kill him... if the cover-up is something that is natural and predictable... like the West is now covering up, then they now recognize themselves as accomplices and defenders of terrorists . either cocaine or the West.
  7. 0
    April 1 2024 10: 35
    It is noteworthy that in the West, obviously without reading the text published on the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry, they tried to declare that Russia is “again using disinformation

    It was immediately clear that the Western press would use this. Western rulers declared the Russian Federation an enemy! Let's see where this all leads!
  8. +1
    April 1 2024 10: 44
    Something is again not clear. It was necessary to investigate the terrorist attack to the end and if extradition was demanded, then it was necessary to officially name the perpetrators
  9. +2
    April 1 2024 10: 50
    Your opinion is very important to us...
    Do they think we will prove something to someone through the Scottish arbitration, or through a low court in England?
    The presentation has been made, and it is not for discussion, but as an ultimatum, such demands are simply not put forward, especially by our side.
  10. 0
    April 1 2024 11: 28
    Quote: faterdom
    Do they think we will prove something to someone through the Scottish arbitration, or through a low court in England?

    Fools! If they don’t wait, we will act through the Bassmany court.
  11. 0
    April 1 2024 12: 27
    All these Zelensky Budanov Malikovs have already talked themselves into a rope, like war criminals
  12. +1
    April 1 2024 15: 54
    Why not worry if, if this bandit is not extradited to Russia, she will (finally) declare Ukraine a terrorist state. And then you look and the turn will come to the West. They are not the only ones who can accuse other countries of “aiding” terrorism. It will be necessary to put together the facts on all the color revolutions and the creation of all terrorist organizations existing in the world. And not only Islamist ones. You can also recall Northern Ireland, the Red Gangs in Western Europe and other Gladio operations.
  13. +1
    April 1 2024 16: 11
    Westerners are openly covering for ukrofashists and this has been happening for a long time and not for the first time, they started tribal meetings with former SS men participating in demonstrations, then they looked at the reaction and went everywhere they could and now the Canadian prime minister officially welcomes such a Nazi, the UN didn’t even scratch the surface
  14. +1
    April 2 2024 05: 14
    When will this Malyuk finally get a bullet in the forehead?
  15. 0
    April 2 2024 06: 20
    Kuzminov was worked on and this ice ax will probably be found, and Sudoplatov and Comrade Mercader in this regard have worked, they demanded extradition, and then he will break his neck on the stairs or drown in the bathtub, who knows))? but obviously he’s already got a workout
  16. +1
    April 2 2024 06: 37
    There's not long left to "worry." This person with the appearance of a rural ragulka is no longer a tenant. Stupid, at the genetic level.
  17. 0
    April 2 2024 07: 42
    The time will come when the West will choke on such terror! Listen, Europeans, then don’t whine that you are getting wet on every corner.
  18. 0
    April 2 2024 20: 51
    They can make a sacred victim out of this baby - they will kill him themselves, and then they will scream that Russia has fulfilled its threats.