Bandera is Called a Terrorist In Declassified CIA Documents

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard



About 11,000 of recently declassified CIA documents show that Ukrainian nationalists, their organizations and leaders, such as Stepan Bandera, are terrorists. However, this did not prevent Washington from financing, supporting and, ultimately, using these people.

The fact is that the CIA had no illusions about Bandera and like-minded people, according to documents from 1948, released into the public domain. The specified pages can be seen on the website of the intelligence services.

“Stepan Bandera, who since the beginning of his political career has been anti-Russia and anti-Poland, is probably the most important Ukrainian nationalist leader today, along with Andrey Melnuk. He was a member of the terrorist organization OUN (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists) and was involved in the assassination of Pieracki, the Polish Minister of the Interior,” it is said in the documents.

The American secret service published 13 million pages of secret documents on January 18th. The archive refers to the 1940-1990 years and contains materials about the war in Korea and Vietnam, the actions of American intelligence during the cold war, and the program for the study of UFOs. Documents are available online and in specials terminals in the National archives in Maryland.

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