Detained Ukraine's 'agent' in Crimea admits his guilt, - Russian mass media

Source : 112 Ukraine

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13:54, 15 August 2017

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The detained by FSB 'agent' of the Ukrainian Special Service Gennady Lymeshko admitted his guilt in the preparation of the diversion in Crimea as the Russian state agency RIA News claimed. The source of the information is not pointed.

'We met the officer of the Special Services of Ukraine in Kherson region whose name is Andry and he is also known under the name of Artur Narimanovych on June 2. It was necessary to hold the demolition of the power lines between Sudak and Novy Svit in Crimea, destroy the roads by the stones landslide and arson of the disposal site near Rybatske village and forestland near Alushta', the agency cites Lymeshko.

Earlier, FSB claimed that the "agent" Ukraine’s Security Service was detained in the occupied Crimea. It is reported that Lymeshko is a native of Kharkiv region and previously served in Donbas conflict zone  as a senior intelligence officer of in-depth intelligence in one of the military units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The Court of Simferopil sentenced Lymeshko for two months of prison.

Later, SBU claimed that the information about the detention of the Ukrainian citizen by Russian Special Service is a provocation by FSB.

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