Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the SBU. The network involved three local residents coordinated by a 'DPR' militant.
The informants collected information on movement, location, and quantity of the Armed Forces of Ukraine involved in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) and passed it to terrorists via Internet for money.
Explosion occurred near SBU office in Odesa. PHOTO
On the same day, Sept. 26, SBU officers detained one more 'DPR' informant in the ATO area. He spoke on the phone to a militant nicknamed Pushkin and provided him with information on positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Pervomaiske village in the Donetsk region.
It has been established that the informant also was an artillery spotter for the terrorists. Weapons, money and gold coins, - SBU detained group of arms dealers in Mykolaiv. VIDEO