FSB agent who was to be ‘planted’ in SBU is exposed, detained
The traitor faces from 15 years in prison to life imprisonment (Photo:SBU)
Ukraine counterintelligence officers have exposed an undercover Russian spy in Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine’s SBU security service reported on Nov. 2.
Moscow's accomplice was to become a double agent, infiltrating the SBU for reconnaissance and subversive activities.
Pretending to be a "Ukrainian patriot", she contacted a representative of one of the special service units and offered her assistance in the fight against Russia.
Among other things, the woman "guaranteed" to provide up-to-date information on the enemy's activities in the temporarily occupied territories of the east of the country, but in fact planned to collect information on resistance members, in particular, in the temporarily occupied village of Markivka.
In addition, the woman's task was to monitor the movements of units of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
In turn, the SBU managed to trick her, as a result of which she was brought to territory controlled by Ukraine and detained.
According to Part 2 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (high treason committed under martial law), the traitor faces from 15 years in prison to life imprisonment.
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