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FSB claims to have detained Ukraine’s Security Service “agent” in occupied Crimea
11:10, 15 August 2017
FSB claims to have detained Ukraine’s Security Service “agent” in occupied Crimea

It is reported that the detained person is a Ukrainian citizen Henadiy Lymeshko

11:10, 15 August 2017

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Russia’s FSB claims that the "agent" Ukraine’s Security Service was detained in the occupied Crimea. This is reported by RIA News with reference to the FSB.

FSB claims that "Agent of the Security Service of Ukraine" in Kherson region Henadiy Lymeshko was allegedly sent to Crimea for sabotage.

It is reported that Lymeshko is a native of Kharkiv region and previously served in Donbas conflict zone (ATO) as a senior intelligence officer of in-depth intelligence in one of the military units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Russia says the "Ukrainian agent" was tasked to damage the power transmission line Sudak-Novyi Svet to stop the power supply, to burn the forest in collapse the rocks to block the Sudak-Novy Svet highway and to  set on fire one of the objects of communal services in the Rybachye village area.

Related: Mother of detained Russian soldier Ageev received a phone call from FSB

"Henadiy Lymeshko was detained by FSB officers on August 12 upon the attempt to damage the power line in the area of Sudak-Novy Svet," the FSB reported.

As it was reported earlier Russian citizen acts under aegis of FSB, makes hoax bomb threats in Ukraine. Aleksandr Aksinenko has been quite persistent in terms of pranking Ukraine’s special services.

Related: FSB detain Russian businessman for 'leaking information' about Siemens turbines in Crimea

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