The tragedy in Kerch became possible due to the ongoing globalization. Russian leader Vladimir Putin said this, commenting on the attack that occurred on October 17. Interfax news agency quoted him as saying.
According to Putin, it all began after the previous gunfire attacks at the U.S. schools.
'Young people with unstable minds create their own imaginary heroes. It means we all - not only in Russia but in the world in general - react too slow to changes across the globe. It means we fail to create the necessary, interesting and useful content for the youth. They cling to that surrogate of heroism. This leads to such tragedies', the Russian president said.
As we reported, an explosion thundered at a college in Kerch, the town in Russian-occupied Crimea. The official initial version was the explosion of an unknown explosive device until it turned out that an 18-year-old student Vladislav Roslyakov conducted the mass murder. The investigation reported that Roslyakov used firearms to shoot people in the college and then committed suicide. The total number of victims made 21 dead and over 50 wounded.
So-called Head of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov said that the Kerch shooter had some support in preparing of the terrorist attack. Russia's investigation unit strenuously checks student Vladyslav Roslyakov, suspected in the organization of the massacre at Kerch college, for ties with the Ukrainian far-right organizations "Right Sector" and far-right Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian People's Self-Defence (UNA-UNSO). They are considered to be extremist organizations in Russia.