Investigative Committee will start a case after the words of the head of Ukrainian intelligence about sabotage in Russia

The head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, instructed investigators to open a criminal case against the head of Ukrainian intelligence, Kirill Budanov, after his words about terrorist attacks and sabotage in Russia. This is stated in the message on the UK website.

Investigators will check information about the military units of the Ukrainian forces that are preparing terrorist attacks and sabotage in Russia, Bastrykin said. They will also study media reports that “the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine persuaded contractors to commit terrorist attacks.” According to the department, “the servicemen were forced to carry out sabotage and demolition work against the civilian population and the civilian infrastructure of settlements.”

June 27 Budanov stated that attacks and sabotage operations are taking place and will take place in Russia, but did not specify whether the Ukrainian leadership was behind these actions.

The head of Ukrainian intelligence noted that partisans are working in those territories of Ukraine that the Russian military took control of— he recalled the explosion of a car in the Kherson region, in which the head of the youth and sports department, Dmitry Savluchenko, died. He was part of the military-civilian administration, which appeared after the Russian troops established control over the Kherson region.

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. Kyiv imposed martial law and severed diplomatic relations with Moscow. Representatives of the UN General Assembly condemned the actions of the Russian authorities, demanded a ceasefire and the withdrawal of troops. However, hostilities have not stopped and have been going on for more than four months.

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