Two of three suicide bombers from Turkish airport had Russian passports
Organizer of terrorist attack in Istanbul's airport was Russian, - US Congressman
Two suicide bombers who committed the terrorist attack on Tuesday at the airport in Istanbul, had Russian passports with the names of Rakhim Bulgarov and Vadim Osmanov. It is reported by the agency DHA.
Officially, this information is not confirmed.
Also the US Congressman, head of the parliamentary Committee on National Security, Michael McCaul said the native of Russia Akhmed Chatayev is the organizer of the attack on the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul. He said this on CNN TV channel on Friday, July 1, reports DW.
According to him, the Chechen was one of the "officers" in the military structure of the Islamic State terrorist organization.
Recall, according to the latest figures in the terrorist attack at the international airport Ataturk in Istanbul 42 people were killed, another 239 were injured.
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