Deputy Chief of ATO Staff suspected of spying for Russian Federation, - Security Service
Investigations are conducted with respect to 13 persons, who are suspected in the fact that they worked for the Russian secret services
Thirteen people are now under investigation suspected of working for Russian intelligence services. It is reported by the SSU press service as a result of counter-intelligence work.
Among those under investigation, are the Deputy Chief of ATO Staff, the National Guard Colonel, member of the military personnel Department of and one ATO military.
Also under investigation are the activities of residents of different areas that were supposedly on operational communications with the special services of the Russian Federation and provided them information with limited access.
Regarding 20 suspects a verdict of guilty has already entered into force. In particular, sentenced to nine years in prison an officer of the General Staff of Russian Federation, a citizen of Russia. Sentenced to 12 years in prison a former officer of the Air Force, who provided Russians with information about flight routes of military aircraft.
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