In Crimea, a 44-year-old SBU agent who prepared sabotage on power lines was sent to a pre-trial detention center for two months
Kyiv district court Simferopol arrested a 44-year-old agent Security Services of Ukraine (SBU), who was preparing a sabotage on a power line (power line). This is reported Interfax with reference to the press office FSB on Crimea and Sevastopol.
Citizen Ukraine sent to jail for two months.
The prevention of sabotage became known on the morning of Tuesday, November 1. Three high-explosive explosive devices, instructions for their use and printed maps were confiscated from a man who, on the instructions of the Ukrainian special services, wanted to blow up a power line.
If he managed to carry out his plan, more than five thousand inhabitants of the Crimea would be left without electricity.
A case was opened against the Ukrainian under articles on illegal trafficking in explosives and preparation for sabotage. Law enforcement officers are now investigating whether the defendant was involved in other similar crimes.