Ukraine’s Security Service in Chernihiv found the organizer of provocations ordered by Russia’s special services and aimed to incite the interethnic hostility, as the press-office of the service reported.
“The officers of the Security Service of Ukraine revealed an organized group in Chernihiv, which created provocations aimed to incite the interethnic and inter-religious hostility for the benefit of the aggressor state,” the representatives of the SBU informed.
The Service reported that the resident of one of the south regions organized provocations ordered by Russia’s special services, which were looking for the organizers in social networks.
The officers of the SBU documented the fact that a resident of the administrative center wrote anti-Semitic signs on the building of Chernihiv synagogue.
During the search of the suspect’s house, the law enforcers found “instructions” on the subversive activity and the materials with anti-Semitic and pro-Russia propaganda.
“The experts have concluded that the data comprised explicit calls for aggressive actions concerning the representatives of a certain ethnic group, provoked enmity between people of different ethnicity and religion. The man received the brochures from his “mentor” through Internet and then replicated it with a printer,” the SBU informs.
The law enforcers are defining the individuals involved in the illegal activity.
As it was reported earlier, the officers of the Security Service of Ukraine stopped using Russian software an enterprise in Mykolaiv region.