In Sweden, two members of the local right-wing extremist organization, accused of attacking the center for migrants in Gothenburg, allegedly went to Russia for training with the participation of persons who had combat experience in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. This is reported by BuzzFeed with reference to the documents received in the Swedish court.
According to the publication, the investigation believes that the attack was organized by members of the Swedish extremist organization "Northern European Resistance Movement".
It is alleged that the prosecutor's office charged three of its participants: 20-year-old Anton Tulin, 50-year-old Jimmy Johansson and the leader of the Heteborg cell of this organization, 23-year-old Victor Melin.
It is alleged, with reference to the prosecutor's office data, that Melin and Tulin visited Russia in the fall of 2016 and spent 11 days there, including "training sessions."
The investigation allegedly has a screenshot of a photograph depicting two suspects, published in the social network on the page dedicated to the training program for certain right-wing radical groups in St. Petersburg.
It is also reported that the police seized information about weapons and explosives, written in Russian, from the apartment of one of the attackers.