SBU: Ukraine does not try to regain Crimea by force
Earlier Russia’s Federal Security Service declared that Ukraine is trying to break into Crimea
The Security Service of Ukraine refutes the statements of the Russian Federal Security Service about the alleged infiltration of saboteurs in the occupied Crimea.
"Ukraine does not capture, and does not return its territory using force. I can assure you that we will not do that", said Yuriy Tandyt, the Advisor of the Ukraine’s Security Service Head (Segodnya.ua).
"So, in fact, we are not going to use force to return Crimea, as it is already our territory and on the right of ownership", he added.
Advisor to the head of the State Security Service said that "there are Ukrainians that live in Crimea, and we cannot and have no right to let anyone get hurt or even to attack anyone".
"We refute this information. I'm just saying, that we won’t return our territory by force", Tandyt said.
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