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 SBU apprehends two Russian agents plotting terrorist attacks in Ukraine’s cities. PHOTOS

Operatives of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) detained two saboteurs in Severodonetsk who planned to commit acts of terrorism in the city under instructions of their supervisors from the Russian secret services.

Censor.NET reports citing the SBU press office.

The law enforcers detained a Donetsk resident outside a government building in Severodonetsk when he was reconnoitering the site and making pictures of the facility personnel and security guards. A camera, IDs, three cellphones, and an improvised explosive device with three TNT bars were found in his car during search. It was found that the perpetrator planned to leave the city after the attack to arrange the next one in another part of Ukraine.

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Moreover, the operatives apprehended another individual, a resident of Severodonetsk, who collected information about Ukrainian military bases, security regimes in government and law enforcement facilities of the city. Using this information, the Russian supervisors picked the target for the attack - the encampment of a detachment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The law enforcers detained the terrorist on his way to the designated target. An improvised explosive device was seized from him during the search.

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Both agents were indicted and put in the pretrial custody. The law enforcers carry out investigation to establish the detainees' involvement in terrorist attacks committed in other regions of Ukraine.

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