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Saturday, January 20, 2018

FSB caught the Ukrainian spy on a tip killed Cossacks Dremov

The Federal security service of Russia has exposed a 32-year-old agent of the SBU, Artem Shestakov, who worked as an interpreter at the OSCE mission in Ukraine. According to the Russian special services, it Shestakov collected information about the movement of the ataman of the Cossacks in Luhansk Peter dremova, who later was killed during the attack.

photo: morguefile.com

The FSB detained in Russia, the translator of the special OSCE monitoring mission, which operated on the territory of the breakaway Lugansk people’s Republic.

Artem Shestakov admitted that in the summer of 2015 traveled to Kiev, where he was recruited by the security Service of Ukraine under the name “Svarog”. In the future, according to the Ukrainian intelligence he gathered information of military, political and economic nature of the Luhansk people’s Republic.

It is noted that the status of the translator in the mission of the international organization Shestakova allowed to regularly attend the authorities LC and the locations of the people’s militia units. All obtained in the course of such visits, information, including data about the movement of military equipment and personnel, the agent passed the SBU on the Internet.

To the Russian secret service said that Shestakov has collected information about trails, used cars and phone numbers of the ataman of the Cossacks in Luhansk Peter dremova. Subsequently, the Napping was killed during the attack committed by unknown persons. His car was blown up on December 12 last year near Pervomaisk.

The FSB said that Shestakov did not damage Russia’s security, so he was allowed to return to Ukraine. In future, the entry into our country informant SBU will be closed, reports TASS.

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