The SBU Arrested a Resident of Kharkov for Wanting to Blow up a Monument Honouring Nazi Collaborators From UPA

Translated by Ollie Richardson


In Kharkov the SBU “prevented a terrorist attack ordered by the Russian special services”. This was reported by the press service of the department. 
According to the statement of the SBU, the “terrorists” [read as: an ordinary citizen of Ukraine who refuses to obey the Kiev regime – ed] intended to blow up a monument to soldiers of UPA “at the order of the special services of the Russian Federation”.

The SBU noted that in order to implement a number of acts of terrorism on the territory of the region, the “Russian curators” planned to use participants of the military-political group “Kharkov Resistance Movement”.

The Ukrainian special services “determined” that in April, 2018 the “special services of the Russian Federation started to again finance the activity of the Kharkov Resistance Movement group for the carrying out of terrorist activities on the territory of Kharkov”.

“One of the participants of the group received the task to blow up the monument to UPA soldiers using an improvised explosive device given by Russian curators. The staff of the SBU detained the ill-intended woman according to Article 208 of the Criminal Procedural Code of Ukraine for laying an explosive under a memorable symbol,” it is said in the message.

In addition, symbols of the LPR/DPR were found at the residence of the detainee.

Suspicion was declared to a detainee for the commission of a crime under Part 2 of Article 15 and Part 1 of Article 258 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Investigative and operational actions aimed at identifying other persons involved in the organisation and commission of this “crime” are continuing.

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