• 25/02/2024 17:57

An ex-official of the Ministry of Coal Mining, who worked against Ukraine at the request of the FSB, was detained in Kyiv.

The former official traveled to occupied Lugansk, where he carried out “social activities” against Ukraine.

In Kiev, an ex-official of the Ministry of Coal, who was working against Ukraine at the request of the FSB, was detained

In Kiev, a former official was detained, who at different times was an employee of the Ministry of Fuel and Energy, the State Committee for Reserves and the Ministry of Coal industry. The man is suspected of working for the Russian FSB.

According to the SBU, he proposed to annex the eastern regions of Ukraine to the Rostov region of the Russian Federation. After leaving government service in 2014, he began to position himself as a “political expert” and the author of publications in which he praised the Kremlin’s aggressive policy towards Ukraine.

The husband traveled to occupied Lugansk and there was engaged in public activities to the detriment of national interests of our state, added the Office of the Prosecutor General. information and subversive activities against Ukraine.

Also, the Russian agent collaborated with the terrorist Pasechnik, to whom he provided “expert” recommendations on intensifying repression against Ukrainian patriots in temporarily occupied Lugansk.

“In addition, the defendant published messages on social networks in which he proposed to “annex” the eastern regions of Ukraine to the Rostov region,” the SBU added.

SBU counterintelligence officers documented the facts of the criminal activities of the Russian agent and detained him in his own housing. A forensic psychological and linguistic examination confirmed that the documentary materials prepared by the defendant at the request of the FSB are directed against the state security of Ukraine. confirm his subversive activities in favor of the enemy.

In addition, the defendant was found to have a “reward for interaction” from representatives of the aggressor state, as well as prohibited communist and pro-Kremlin symbols.

Based on the received evidence, Security Service investigators informed the detainee of suspicion under two articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine:

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He was chosen as a preventive measure in the form of detention. The attacker faces up to 15 years in prison.


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