Ukrainian security service detains several Russian agents helping enemy carry out missile attacks

28 June, 02:45 PM
Dozens of innocent victims are on the conscience of the detained criminals (Photo:SSU)

Dozens of innocent victims are on the conscience of the detained criminals (Photo:SSU)

Several Russian who help Russia target missile attacks on Kyiv and Lviv Oblast have been detained by Ukraine’s SBU security service, the SBU said in a YouTube video published on June 28.

One of the detained people is a former KGB employee, who was feeding detailed targeting data on the Yavoriv military base to his FSB handler, the SBU said.

The base in Yavoriv, Lviv Oblast, houses the International Center for Peacekeeping and Security, where NATO has been providing training for Ukrainian military service members for the past several years. On March 13, Russia fired 30 missiles at the site, killing at least 35 and injuring 134.

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Another suspect, detained in Kyiv, was sending reports of the aftermath of Russian missile strikes on the city to the enemy, including photos of targets hit.

“The (enemy) agent is an employee of an engineering company,” the SBU said.

“He expressed his support of the invaders to his coworkers, and denied Russian war crimes, including attacks on Ukrainian cities.”

A Kyiv state enterprise employee was also found to have also been involved in fire correction on behalf of Russia. His phone contained evidence of this subversive activity, the SBU said. He was found to be in possession of a firearm and a thumb drive with sensitive work documents during a search

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