Euro 2016: Britain doesn't rule out that aggression of Russian fans is part of Kremlin's operation - source
Their actions may be part of a "hybrid war"
British authorities fear that the aggressive behavior of Russian fans is a part of the Kremlin-planned special operation, and fans themselves, who participated in the clashes during Euro-2016 are the representatives of the Russian special services.
This was reported by The Guardian, citing a high-ranking public official.
The British authorities are studying a possible connection between the Russian fans who attacked the British football fans in Marseille and Lille with the Putin regime. Thus, their actions can be part of a "hybrid war" and, perhaps, serve to maintain the myth of Russia that the other countries opposed to it, the report said.
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