Security officers arrest terrorists in Kyiv and Kramatorsk

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Russian mercenary arrested in Kramatorsk

On June 13, the Security Service of Ukraine arrested a citizen “D” (alias Sevyer), an active member of the terrorist organization “People’s Republic of Donetsk” and an accomplice of the terrorist Igor Bezler (alias Bez), reports the ministry’s press service on its website, June 16.

It has been established that “D” is a resident of the Donetsk area and arrived in Kyiv with the goal of destabilizing the situation in the capital. According to the suspect, the terrorists leader “Bez” gave him the assignment to create a series of sabotage activities at the city’s energy and water utility sites in order to divert attention from events in the east of Ukraine. Continue reading

Russian sniper promised payment for killing Ukrainians

175px-Security_Service_of_UkraineAt the Kharkiv passenger railway station, a citizen of the Russian Federation was detained, May 21, while attempting to cross the Russian-Ukrainian border, reports the press service of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), May 24.

Further investigation revealed that the 39-year-old citizen of the Russian Federation is a sniper and had been involved in military operations in the Chechen Republic.

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April 17 in Ukraine: Summary

I thought we finally need a positive picture amid all the dismal events.

So, what has April 17 brought us?

  1. 3 dead, 13 wounded, and more than 60 captured separatists in Mariupol.
  2. $5 million cash from the bags of traffickers detained on a Donbas-bound Crimea train.
  3. 1 ‘little green man’ turned in to the authorities in exchange for $10K.
  4. Several thousand participant strong rallies for united Ukraine and against the Russian invasion in Donetsk and Kramatorsk.
  5. The Radiant Putin’s conversation with his cronies disclosing how the NATO suppresses Dima Kiselev; that Lukyanenko is able to publish his books again; that Iraq has its problems; that the Crimean ‘little green men’ have been Russian all along; and that half of Ukraine’s territory is some sort of the New Russia received as a gift from the Bolsheviks (at this point, I really wanted to smack that Botox rat, but, alas, that was unrealistic.)
  6. Verkhovna Rada approved creation of independent Public Television and Public Radio.
  7. Cowards who surrendered their weapons outside of Kramatorsk and Slaviansk yesterday in exchange for whoosafudge will be charged and tried, while the squad of so-called “commandos” from Dnipropetrovsk that pulled off that shameful act will be disbanded.
  8. The soldiers in Mariupol who stood their ground at the military base are going to receive a bonus of UAH 500K.
  9. There will be no targets for tax inspectors to meet anymore. That means, any ‘collection visits’ become illegal from now on.
  10. The punishment for separatism and seizure of government buildings will now range from 5-8 years to life in prison, depending on circumstances and presence/absence of casualties.
  11. The European Parliament has voted for the right of Ukraine to submit an application for its full-fledged EU membership following its association.
  12. Bulgaria has dismantled the South Stream pipelines, while the European Parliament has voted to terminate this project and roll back the program of Russian gas consumption.
  13. The border with Russia and Crimea will be under strict control targeting in particular, the entry into Ukraine of men aged 16 to 60 with unclear intentions.
  14. Pavel Durov has confirmed that he refused to turn in the information on members, administrators, and moderators of Euromaidan-related VKontakte social network groups to to the Federal Security Service of Russia, and paid for it by losing his share in the company, and his position.

Any other good news that I may have missed? Feel free to add. 🙂 Glory to Ukraine and those who do not shame it, generally speaking.

UPD:

15. The Security Service of Ukraine / the Office of the Prosecutor General brought criminal charges against Sberbank of Russia in Ukraine for separatism and terrorism financing.
16. The Office of the Prosecutor General has reported the third count of separatism charges against Oleh Tsariov.
17. The Geneva Statement has been adopted, and it makes the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia bite you-know-what instead of ‘federalization’. http://news.liga.net/news/politics/1408681-zayavlenie_po_itogam_peregovorov_v_zheneve_polnyy_tekst_rezolyutsii.htm

Source: Alexander Melnik’s FB post
Translated by Olga Ruda
Edited and UPD translated by Inga Kononenko

Man recruited by Russian secret services detained for subversive activity in Kharkiv

The Security Service of Ukraine has detained Citizen “K” for attempting to organize mass riots and for intimidating peaceful civilians in Kharkiv, reports the service’s press center on its website, April 12. The individual was detained for illegal activities described in article 111 (state treason) and article 294, item 1 (riots), of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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Ukraine suspects Russian involvement in mass killings

Valentyn Nalyvaychenko, head of the Security Service of Ukraine

The head of the Security Service of Ukraine, Valentyn Nalyvaychenko, says there are indications that the Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) was involved in the mass killings in Kyiv. He announced his findings during a press conference on Thursday, April 4, reports Ukrainska Pravda.

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Leader of “People’s Militia of Donbass” detained In Donetsk

Monday, March, 24, 2014, 17:20

The leader of “People’s Militia of Donbass,” Mykhaylo Chumachenko has been arrested. The Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) announced the arrest in a notice, along with the information that Chumachenko was detained by a Donetsk court’s order.

“He is charged a formal suspect of preparation for committing a crime under Articles 109 (act aimed at the violent overthrow or change the constitutional order or the seizure of state power) and 110 (assault on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine,” the statement reads.

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