The terrorists "have opened a criminal case into espionage" against the journalist, Censor.NET reports citing Radio Svoboda.
"She was involved in acquisition of political and defense intelligence in the territory of the "LPR" using her personal relations with a serviceman of one of the republic's detachments and reporting it to the Ukrainian security agencies," the terrorists claimed.
In turn, SBU spokesperson Olena Hitlianska told UNIAN that the Security Service of Ukraine was checking the information on the journalist who went missing in the territory of the Donbas uncontrolled by the Ukrainian authorities.
"We are checking this information," she said.
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