Head of Ukraine's Security Service suggested a solution for Russian citizens to travel to Ukraine without visas.
Former Presidential Administration head Andrii Kliuiev allegedly attempted organizing protests in Roshen candy stores, belonging to Ukraine's president, in order to discredit Petro Poroshenko.
The secret services of the Russian Federation monitor issues in Ukraine and region to find bases for provocations.
The head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Vasyl Hrytsak announced that the main version of the assassination of SBU Colonel Oleksandr Kharaberiush in Mariupol (the Donetsk region) is a terrorist attack related to the professional activities of the deceased.
Ukraine's Security Service Colonel Oleksandr Kharaberiush was killed in Ukraine's front line city of Mariupol (the Donetsk region) in a powerful blast that destroyed his car.
Former Deputy of the Russian State Duma Denys Voronenkov was murdered in downtown Kyiv. ATTENTION: the news contains footage and pictures that may be too gruesome for some audience members! Viewer discretion is strongly advised!
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has drafted a ruling to ban the entry into the country for Russian singer Yulia Samoylova, known for visiting occupied Crimea with concerts and chosen to represent Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv in May.
The Security Service chief said the SBU interviewed Nadiia Savchenko after she returned from the "Donetsk People's Republic."
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) was not involved in organization of MP Savchenko's visit to the occupied areas of the Donbas.
Ukraine has handed over 15 supporters of separatists, previously detained for participating in anti-Ukrainian activities, to representatives of the so-called "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics."
Members of the Russian security organizations made themselves at home in Ukraine before the Revolution of Dignity. However, the process of purification is now underway.
The pro-Russian militants hold 109 Ukrainian hostages in prisons in the occupied parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The Security Service of Ukraine exposed a traitor – a chief of Ukrainian Army’s armament division, who was working for the Russian intelligence agency.
Military intelligence operative, Ukrainian Armed Forces Colonel Ivan Beziazykov, freed from the militants’ captivity in the summer of 2016, has been detained on suspicion of collaborating with the so-called “DPR”.
Two former Ukrainian servicemen Oleksandr Baranov and Maksym Odyntsov, apprehended at the Crimean border on Nov. 20, may be added to the list of persons that can be exchanged for Ukrainian prisoners held in the terrorist-controlled territory.
The abduction and murder of the ex-member of the Russian secret service was plotted by a crime ring coordinated from Russia.
SBU reports it has reliable evidence of Russia's plans to destabilize the situation in 10-15 Ukrainian regions in November.