At the funeral of Darya Dugina, LDPR chairman Leonid Slutsky paraphrased the slogan of Nazi Germany: “Regardless of the parties, there can be only one approach. One country. One president. One win." “One people, one Reich, one Fuhrer” was the motto printed on posters with a portrait of Hitler, it was intended to reflect the task set by the Nazis to rally the Germans. Under this slogan, a referendum was held in Austria for merging with Germany. The audio recording of Slutsky's speech was published on his Telegram channel by journalist Alexander Chernykh.
Later, in a conversation with journalists, Slutsky tried to explain what he meant by his statement: “We must be united like never before in our history. One country and its future. One president. And one victory, as a result of which a street or square will be named after our bright, beautiful and incredibly smart Dasha ... in Kyiv liberated from Nazism.
About two hundred people came to say goodbye to Dugina in Ostankino. The journalists present there note that the event is in the nature of a propaganda rally in support of the war in Ukraine. So, for example, the founder of the Tsargrad TV channel, Konstantin Malofeev, said that Dugina “did not die in vain,” because “we become stronger with the blood of our martyrs.” “Thanks to this untimely death of our dear and beloved Dasha, we will definitely win this war. She wanted it, she lived for it. (...) And in the Kingdom of Heaven, she will also be a warrior of Christ,” he said.
Chairman of A Just Russia - For Truth, Sergei Mironov, called Vladimir Zelensky the customer of the murder of Darya Dugina at a memorial service: “I am absolutely convinced that the perpetrators of this terrorist act are both the perpetrators and the customers, and the customer is in Kyiv, and this is Mr. Zelensky personally,” must be brought before an international tribunal. <...> And the victory, which will definitely be ours, is the best memory for Dasha.
The father of the deceased, the philosopher Alexander Dugin, ended his speech with the words: “She died for Russia, at the front. And this front is here, in each of us. She lived in the name of victory and died in the name of victory.”
The car of 29-year-old Darya Dugina exploded on the evening of August 20 in the Moscow region, she died on the spot. Friends of Alexander Dugin claimed that he himself should have been in the car, but at the last moment he changed his mind and got into another car.
The car bomb was allegedly planted in the estate's parking lot. The day before, REN TV reported , citing sources, that surveillance cameras had not been working in the parking lot for two weeks.
On August 22, the day after the explosion of Dugina's car, the FSB announced that the murder had been committed by Ukrainian special services. According to the FSB, the perpetrator of the murder is Ukrainian citizen Natalya Vovk, born in 1979. It was noted that she arrived in Russia on July 23, 2022, along with her 12-year-old daughter (Shaban Sofia Mikhailovna).
The FSB published a video showing Vovk entering Russia with his daughter. The video also contains footage of her entering the entrance of the house where Dugina lived, and then shows the moment when she leaves for Estonia. In addition, the FSB published three pictures from a surveillance camera, from which, according to the intelligence service, it is clear that the plates of Ukraine, Kazakhstan and the unrecognized DPR were used on the car. The video was published by Russian state media and Telegram channels.