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 Twenty FSB agents who communicated with SBU Counterintelligence Department ex-Chief Bik during Euromaidan put on wanted list, - Military Prosecutor Matios

The Military Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine issued arrest warrant for 20 employees of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) which were in contact with ex-Chief of the SBU Counterintelligence Department Gen. Bik is suspected of committing actions aimed at undermining Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

This was stated by Main Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatolii Matios, Censor.NET reports citing 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"The court is now hearing the criminal case and indictment against SBU Department Chief General Bik, who collaborated and was in constant contact with 20 FSB officers, including two generals, put on the wanted list by the Military Prosecutor's Office. The mentioned FSB members visited Ukraine between December 2013 and February 2014 to coordinate the activities from a base in Kyiv metropolitan area," he said.

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"General Bik was the one who directly provided them with funds, living expenses, equipment and personnel, and organized meetings following orders of SBU ex-Chairman Yakymenko," Matios said.

As previously reported by the SBU, Bik was dismissed from the law enforcement agency immediately after he fled Ukraine in February 2014.

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