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Russia plans to destabilize another 10-15 regions of Ukraine, - SBU
17:00, 4 November 2016
Russia plans to destabilize another 10-15 regions of Ukraine, - SBU

"Russia does not leave its intentions to destabilize the situation in our country", said Hrytsak

17:00, 4 November 2016

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) announced the availability of new documents from Russia with plans to destabilize the situation in the 10-15 regions of Ukraine in the current month. This was announced by head of the SBU Vasyl Hrytsak while interacting with the media in Odesa, which was broadcast by 112 Ukraine TV Channel.

"We have some new documents, which we have not specifically disclosed, which speak about the plans to destabilize the situation in Ukraine as a whole in November this year. They paint a detailed scenario for 10-15 regions of Ukraine. The budgets are written. I can not say more than I have said, but Russia does not leave its intentions to destabilize the situation in our country", Hrytsak said.

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Earlier, the SBU warned about the threat of terrorist attacks in Kharkiv, which may occur until November 20.

The appeal stated that the SBU management in the area received information about the potential threat of mass protests against the state in Kharkiv on November 4-20. According to intelligence agencies, calls to come to such events are placed in social networks through the representatives of the pro-Russian political structures.

Also recall that in August, the Security Service has established the levels of terrorist threat for all regions of Ukraine, based on the socio-political situation and the proximity to the war zone. Kharkiv region was determined as the yellow level of terror threat, which means the possibility of terrorist attacks.

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