Four members of Islamic State of Iraq, among whom counts a Moldovan, are accused of preparing for terror attacks in Moscow. They will today hear the court's decision.
Previously, Russian prosecutors have requested between 16 and 18 years for the suspects. According to the Russian press, the Moldovan, along with the other three men from Tajikistan, were arrested by Russian Secret Services in December 2016.
The suspects were preparing for terrorist attacks in Moscow at the order of Islamic State emissary. After searching their houses, Russian law enforcement managed to discover guns and explosive.