Russia: One of saboteurs in Crimea intended to blow up airport and bus station in Simferopol
In addition, saboteur had to track movement of Russian military
One of the detained in the Crimea Ukrainian alleged "saboteurs" had intended to arrange the explosions at the bus station and airport of Simferopol. RBC agency reports this, the corresponding video of the interrogation was revealed by one of the central Russian TV channels.
The agency writes that the man who introduced himself as Redvan Suleymanov, who lives in Kyiv, said that in October he was recruited as a Ukrainian intelligence agent. Allegedly, the Defense Ministry Intelligence Chief Officer "Pavel Nikolayevich" (Suleymanov does not know his surname) told him that he will have to collect “military information” on the territory of the occupied Crimea and transfer it to him, for which he will receive 3-4 thousand UAH per month.
"Suleymanov met with "Pavel Nikolayevich" in Odesa in July. He gave him the task to find place to lay improvised explosive devices at the airport or at the central bus station of Simferopol. Suleymanov was requested to figure out how many cameras and track patrols are there. In addition, he had to make a fake explosive device, call the police, and then track the actions of the police and send photos. A man found four places for explosives in late July. He went to the airport and told about successful putting of the fake explosives on July 30. Suleymanov stepped aside, called on the conference call to the police and went to watch the actions of the security forces. He had to make and send photos, after which he was arrested", the newspaper writes.
Russian Federation noted that the detained alleged saboteur told security officials on the other "tasks", in particular tracking Russia’s military movements and gathering information on their activities.
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