Russia deports ‘Ukrainian army scout’ to ‘DNR’
The man detained by the FSB in Samara is charged with ‘espionage in favor of Ukraine’s military intelligence’
The Ukrainian citizen, detained in Russia in January this year and charged with working for the Ukrainian military intelligence was deported to the so-called 'Donetsk People’s Republic' for further criminal proceeding. The press department of the FSB, Russian special service, reported that on April 20.
The 27-year-old man was detained in Samara, Russia, on January 13. The FSB said he was allegedly spying for one of the units of Ukrainian intelligence. The Ukrainian side denies his employment or any other involvement in the intelligence.