‘Security Service of Ukraine jointly with the National Police City Department prevented extremist provocative action aimed at the incitement of race hatred ordered by the Russian side in the capital,’ reads the message.
By design of representatives of the international diversionary centers, the subordinates had to disrupt the first launch of the Crimean Tatar film that had to take place in Zhovten Cinema on July 1.
‘The subordinates had to hire up to 100 people and divide them into three groups of allegedly Ukrainian nationalists. The first group had to hold the protest against the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people. The second one to scatter provocation leaflets among the audience. The third one to douse the initiators of the film with foliage,’ the service reports.
The law enforcement officers detained the organizers during the preparatory meeting in one of the catering establishment in Kyiv. Foliage, posters, provocation leaflets and instructions from the foreign curators. On this fact opened a criminal proceeding on the ground of violation of the equality of citizens' dependence on their race, nationality or attitude to religion.
Also, the detainees are involved in holding the meeting outside the Hungary embassy on June 20.
‘The same day the detainees organized a provocation in the form of picketing the Hungarian embassy to Ukraine. Chanting anti-Hungarian slogans and elimination of the stuffed PM of Hungary. Despite the fact that the protest lasted for less than ten minutes the SBU solved the crime and prevented the commission of the next protest aimed at the incitement of race hatred between Ukrainians and Crimean Tatar people,’ reads the message.