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 Security Service prevented over 200 terrorist attacks in two years of undeclared war, - Tandit

During two years of the undeclared war with Russia, Ukraine's Secret Service (SBU) has prevented more than 200 terrorist acts.

This was announced by adviser to SBU head Yurii Tandit on air of 112 Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.

"I would ask everyone to stop panic. We have had an undeclared war for two years now, even longer, this is the first thing. Second, I wouldn't run high at present. We all understand what is going on. Indeed, more than 200 terrorist acts have been prevented, and we pursue our cause. The war is not fireworks but hard work," Tandit said.

According to him, the SBU is doing its utmost to discourage and prevent terrorist acts.

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"People should not be afraid. It would be better if they remember that Ukraine is at war, and the enemy is doing everything to complicate the situation even more," Tandit pointed out.

Previously, the SBU assigned levels of terrorist threat for all the Ukrainian regions, the most dangerous ones being the area of anti-terrorist operation and the border with occupied Crimea.

As established, a terrorist attack could occur in Zaporizhia, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson and Chernihiv regions.
 
 
 
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