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SBU sent inquiry to Belarus regarding militants’ training camps in Ukraine
18:44, 22 March 2017
SBU sent inquiry to Belarus regarding militants’ training camps in Ukraine

Security Service expects additional data from Belarusian colleagues

18:44, 22 March 2017

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Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has sent the request to Belarus on President Alexander Lukashenko’s claims about militants’ training camps in Ukraine. This was reported by SBU Chief of Staff during the briefing broadcast by 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"Speaking about the claims that some training camps are located in Ukraine. Our service has sent the corresponding inquiry. We expect additional information from our colleagues through contact channels with law enforcement and special bodies of Republic of Belarus. We do not have any specific information except the one announced by Belarus President," he said.  

As it was noted earlier by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, militants who prepared an armed provocation, were detained in Belarus. One of the camps was in the area of Bobruisk and Osipovichi, the rest of the such camps were in Ukraine, according to him.

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