SBU conducted searches due to exposing anti-Ukrainian network that worked for Russia
The Security Service of Ukraine announced that they blocked an extensive anti-Ukrainian network, that was used to organize provocative actions commissioned by Russia. As a part of the open criminal process, the officers conducted 28 sanctioned searches at the premises of suspects in various regions of Ukraine. This information was published on the website of SBU. According to the information of the intelligence agency, the coordination of anti-Ukrainian network was conducted by Artem Buzila, “who was passing orders about anti-Ukrainian measures directly from the administration of Russian President”. The network, as SBU claims, was financed by people affiliated with the former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Vitaliy Zakharchenko. The intelligence agency claims to possess "irrefutable proof" of crimes commited for and ordered by intelligence services of the Russian Federation. SBU added that it will give a more detailed information about the case to the public after the relevant experts finish their work on it.
Liked the article? Help us be even more cool!