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28 Nov, 2009 13:22

“The Caucasus trace is not the one to follow”

Vasily Gatov from the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers believes the Caucasus terrorists are not the ones to blame for the train crash on Friday.

The crash was caused by a homemade explosive equivalent to 7 kilograms of TNT, the FSB said.

“Terrorism is always either a political proclamation or a threat. I think in this particular case Russia does not have any real war at the moment, and I would not think that the Caucasus lead that would probably be examined first at this accident is the one to follow,” Gatov says. “I would think this is more political, and I expect some political proclamations to be made on this accident.”