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 Russia's secret services use Savchenko unknown to her, - SBU head adviser Tandit

SBU head adviser Yurii Tandit says the secret services of Russia use Ukraine MP Nadiia Savchenko unknown to her.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Liga, he said on air of a Ukrainian TV channel, commenting on her recent trip to the occupied Donbas and its terrorists.

"Many still hope she is not a recruited agent of Russia, its secret services, but they use her unknown to her, that's a fact," Tandit said.

Read more: SBU Head Hrytsak on Savchenko's visit to occupied Donetsk: "I can't believe this happened without Moscow curators' blessing"

He says Savchenko is used by Russian secret services to discredit both Ukraine's authorities and the state.

Tandit also said her activities in the occupied Donbas, the visits and the lists of prisoners she published only aggravated the situation and were "provocative."

Watch more: "I've arrived in Ukraine's occupied territory to set our POWs free," - Savchenko in Donetsk. VIDEO

On Feb. 24, a video of Savchenko visiting Ukrainian POWs held in the Donbas was uploaded on YouTube.

Earlier, "DPR" militants said that MP Nadiia Savchenko and Volodymyr Ruban, the head of Officers Corps NGO engaged in the hostage liberation process, arrived in the occupied part of the Donetsk region to "visit Ukrainian POWs."


   
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