Yesterday, the SBU head Vasyl Hrytsak announced that assassination of Verkhovna Rada deputy was prevented in Kyiv.
The Security Service of Ukraine counted 3,829 persons who were killed in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone. 490 people went missing.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) is considering barring French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen from entering Ukraine.
Security Service of Ukraine banned entry to Ukraine for Mayor of the Polish city of Przemyśl Robert Choma.
The Holosiivskyi district court of Kyiv has released Valerii Kukel, the owner of the flat where Lt. Col. of Security Service Alfa Group Andrii Kuzmenko and intelligence operative Oleh Muzhchil were killed during a shoot-out on Dec. 9, 2015.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) collected another evidence of the Russian troops’ presence in the territory of Ukraine. A part of trooper’s backpack with Russian army markings was found during a mopping-up operation in the so called “gray zone" of the anti-terrorist operation area.
Yurii Tandit, a representative of the Security Service special center on hostage release, says the lists of POWs and MIAs published by Nadiia Savchenko are "incorrect" and may harm the families of captives.
Independent MP Nadiia Savchenko has published lists of Ukrainian fighters who have been captured POWs or went missing in action (MIA) in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Security Service of Ukraine will have a discussion with MP Nadiia Savchenko in order to prevent the publication of list of prisoners and missing Ukrainian soldiers.
On Jan. 4, a Security Service officer was caught by the Lviv garrison military prosecutor's office while accepting a bribe.
The Security Service of Ukraine has sent a letter to the Foreign Ministry, asking to issue a ban on entry to Ukraine against Marine Le Pen, the National Front's presidential candidate.
Ukraine's Security Service announces the death of its former Chief Valerii Vasyliovych Malikov, aged 75, after an extended illness.
Ukraine has handed over 15 supporters of separatists, previously detained for participating in anti-Ukrainian activities, to representatives of the so-called "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics."
The Security Service of Ukraine has released a recording of phone calls, exposing Colonel Ivan Beziazykov as involved in treason and collaboration with militants.
Members of the Russian security organizations made themselves at home in Ukraine before the Revolution of Dignity. However, the process of purification is now underway.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) detained a senior executive officer of a supermarket chain in Kyiv that provided financial assistance to the “DPR” terrorist organization.
Ukraine continues its efforts aimed at releasing its prisoners from the self-proclaimed Donbas republics.