Russia preparing terrorist attacks against its own population, says Ukraine’s intelligence

20 October 2022, 01:57 PM
Russian special services can prepare terrorist attacks against their own population (Photo:currenttime.tv)

Russian special services can prepare terrorist attacks against their own population (Photo:currenttime.tv)

Russia is preparing terrorist attacks against its own population, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry reported on Oct. 20.

According to intelligence data, Russia’s military registration and enlistment offices are distributing leaflets for local residents, in which they blame Ukrainian special services for planning and carrying out terrorist attacks against the civilian population.

They claim the “saboteurs” allegedly lay out mined mobile phones, wallets, and tablets on the roads, benches, and in the bushes, as well as even children’s toys can also be mined in the same way.

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“This ‘horror story’ is a mirror image of the real actions of the Rashists (Russian fascists) in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine,” the intelligence said.

Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
Photo: Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine

“After the liberation (of the occupied territories by the Ukrainian military), various objects, household appliances and children’s toys were left mined there en masse, which led to the maiming and even death of the civilian population. Thus, the Russian special services are likely preparing the groundwork for false flag operations with further accusations of Ukraine.”

Earlier the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry, Kyrylo Budanov, said the Russian army had not managed to do anything unexpected since the beginning of the war. All the invaders’ actions were predictable, he said.

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