Ordering the assassination of the Italian Minister of Defense – Il Foglio

Italian intelligence has informed the government that there may be plans to attack Guido Crosetto, the country’s defense minister. It could have Kremlin influences.

According to the Italian publication Il Foglio, Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia, allegedly ordered the attempt in exchange for a 15 million dollar bounty. Italian intelligence was alarmed by the words of Medvedev, who dubbed Crosetto “a unique fool.” The politician responded to Crosetto’s claim that the Third World War would start if Russian tanks entered Kyiv.

Details about the process

It is mentioned that Medvedev has sway over decisions because he is connected to Russian ruler Vladimir Putin and currently serves as deputy secretary of the country’s security council.

The article claims that the Italian special services deflected a $15 million “order” from the former president of the Russian Federation to kill the defense minister. It was purportedly sent to Yevgeny Prigozhin’s PMC “Wagner,” according to the letter. In addition, Medvedev made this request before the Italian defense minister’s remarks in which he accused PMC “Wagner” of fomenting the European refugee issue.

Minister Crozetto don’t believe that

The deputy chairman of the Russian Federation’s Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, is believed to have given the Wagner Group terrorists the order to kill him, according to a story in a local newspaper. However, Italian Defense Minister Guido Crosetto believes that this information is untrue. On Twitter, he posted about it.

“I do not feel endangered, and I am confident that there is no reward or anything else for my head, as the country’s defense minister put it, “so as not to stir up another pointless reason for the battle.”

“I would have undoubtedly been notified about them if there were serious hazards or threats of this scale,” Crosetto stated.

Dmitry Medvedev periodically makes aggressive attacks on a number of countries, threatening nuclear war for the supply of weapons to Ukraine. But there are indeed many Russian agents in Europe who conducted similar operations, albeit on a smaller scale.

Photo: lpa

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