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Saturday, March 17, 2018

The undermining of Ukrainian scout car called an “act of retaliation” Russian special services

Verkhovna Rada Deputy, member of the Board of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko stated that the death of an employee of the main intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of defense Maxim Shapoval blame Russian secret services. Recall that the Colonel’s car exploded this morning in the center of Kiev.

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Anton Gerashchenko claims that Russia has created and since last year, operates a centre, the aim of which is the sending of killers and saboteurs on the territory of Ukraine for the killings and terrorist attacks.

“So this is a terrorist act, perhaps an act of retaliation, and those who attempted, knew that this man (Shapoval – ed.) is an important collaborator in ensuring the defense and security of Ukraine”, — said the MP in comments to the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.

“Mercedes” Maxim Shapoval blown up on the morning of June 27 at the intersection of streets Solomenskaya and machine Operators. The Colonel died on the spot. Police have classified the incident as a terrorist attack, the investigation was transferred to the chief military Prosecutor’s office.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian media earlier reported that the fuller was the head of the employee who engaged in the protection of the murdered ex-Deputy of the state Duma Denis Boronenkov. Fluent Russian MP was shot dead in Central Kiev on March 23.

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“Posted a video of the car explosion in Kiev: the driver was killed”



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