"The terrorist attack with the use of grenade launchers, explosives, and small arms should have been committed in the territory of a military base located in proximity to the chemical factory," the report reads.
According to the agency, the organizer of the group, a resident of Lysychansk, participated in hostilities on the side of the "DPR/LPR" militants including Oplot illegal armed group headed by current militant's leader Alexander Zaharchenko. He was also directly involved in the combats near the Donetsk airport.
In addition, according to the SBU, the saboteur underwent special training in camps for militants in Russia and in occupied Stakhanov.
"Having received the order to commit a terrorist attack from the Russian overseer, the saboteur enlisted local drug addicts and other deviants," the press-service of the agency told.
It is noted that the perpetrator was detained by the officers of the SBU in the Luhansk region together with the police during the preparation for a terrorist attack.
The saboteurs' activities are investigated under Part 1 of the Article 258-3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (participation in activities of a terrorist organization). According to the press center of the SBU, the investigative and search actions are underway to establish the involvement of the perpetrators in other crimes.