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Russia’s FSB tried to recruit Mariupol citizen, - Security Service

Source : 112 Ukraine

They tried to persuade a man to unspoken cooperation for the gathering of information about the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
16:40, 2 January 2020

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Citizen of Mariupol was detained by the Russian FSB during the crossing of the state border. They tried to recruit him as the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) reported on Facebook.

They tried to persuade a man, using the psychological abuse, to unspoken cooperation for a gathering of information about the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and employees of Ukrainian law enforcement bodies.

The FSB officer demanded from the Ukrainian money for non-creation of the artificial obstacles during the holding of business by him and his colleagues. In the case of refusal, he threatened to close the entry to Russia for the entrepreneur and make his meetings with close relatives there impossible.

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Earlier Russia’s FSB detained a citizen of Ukraine in annexed Crimea. He allegedly tried to cross the administrative border with the forged migration card.

As we reported, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained a Russian woman in Sevastopol on suspicion of espionage in favor of the intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

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