In Vladivostok, a court sentenced an Uzbek citizen to eight years in prison in a general regime colony on charges of assisting in terrorist activities. This was announced on Thursday, September 10, by the anti-terrorist commission of the Primorsky Territory.
Since 2012, Mokhigul Primova has lived in Vladivostok. The girl met a radical Islamist on a social network. The man talked about the war in Syria and convinced her to transfer money to him. As explained in the commission, Primova transferred 90 thousand rubles, which the terrorist spent on the purchase of weapons.
8 years is the minimum term that this article suggests. The court also took into account the fact that the woman had confessed to law enforcement officers and had no previous convictions, contributed to the investigation of the criminal case, and also that she has two young children.
On August 24, the FSB detained the financier of the terrorist organization ISIS (an organization banned in Russia), who recruited Russians and was involved in transferring them to Syria.