Lake pointed to the evidence of a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg metro

Viktor Ozerov

Explosion in the St. Petersburg metro has all signs of the attack, said the head of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Viktor Ozerov. His words leads to “Interfax” on Monday, April 3.

“All the hallmarks of a terrorist act there,” said the MP. However, he said that we should await the outcome of law enforcement investigations.

According to Ozerov, information about the presence of submunitions in explosive devices suggests that the aim of the organizers of the bombings were casualties.

“Already we can say that somewhere in the anticipation we have not worked, time explosive device,” — said the MP.

Earlier on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that covers all versions. It’s not just about terrorism, he stressed.

Sources report that in the St. Petersburg metro, two explosions occurred — at the station “Technological Institute” and “Sennaya Ploschad”. The number of deaths, according to the latest data, increased to 10. Affected about 50 people.