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Prosecution agencies jointly conduct 28 searches, bust pro-Russian agents, - Lutsenko

The recent searches in various regions of Ukraine were supposed to reveal the undercover networks of collaboration with Russia, Prosecutor General says
12:51, 14 March 2018

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Ukraine's Prosecutor General's Office and Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea have conducted 28 joint searches lately; they included certain entrepreneurs and reporters. According to Yuriy Lutsenko, Ukraine's Prosecutor General this was supposed to reveal the undercover networks of collaboration with Russia. 

Based on these operations, the investigators found evidence of cooperation of certain individuals with anti-Ukrainian networks in Russia and in the occupied territories of Ukraine.  

In Kherson region, southern Ukraine, law enforcers found some correspondence between two cells of an anti-Ukrainian group, members of which attempted to organize a session of local authorities, which would decide to impeach President. The ordering customer would pay the executor USD 25,000 in case the mission was completed. 

In Kharkiv region, northern Ukraine, the prosecution agencies found and seized topographic maps, ammunition and explosives - as well as some cash totally worth of USD 50,000 and credit cards issued by Russian banks.   

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