SBU exposes Russian agents who guided missiles at schools in Donbas

28 November 2022, 05:17 PM
Two residents of Slovyansk were agents of Russia (Photo:SBU)

Two residents of Slovyansk were agents of Russia (Photo:SBU)

In the course of counter-sabotage measures in the frontline areas of Donbas, Ukraine’s SBU security service neutralized a Russian spy network that was collecting intelligence for Russian strikes, in particular on schools in the city of Slovyansk, the press service of the SBU reported on Twitter on Nov. 28.

In addition, these Russian agents tracked the movement of the Ukrainian Armed Forces units in the interests of the enemy.

"SBU officers were proactive and detained both Russian agents during their attempt to pass intelligence information to the occupiers,” the message reads.

“Two local residents turned out to be enemy accomplices working for the ‘DPR people's militia’ controlled by the Russian special services.”

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During searches at the residences of both criminals, law enforcement officers found mobile phones and laptops with evidence of their criminal activity.

Both detainees will be in custody as a pretrial restriction.

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