State Bureau of Investigations starts internal investigation on confiscation of military devices

Source : 112 Ukraine

The investigators confiscated seven SHF-radiation devices but returned them later
14:48, 3 July 2020

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The Command of the State Bureau of Investigations (SBI) initiated the internal investigation to establish the legality of the actions of the investigators who confiscated from three missile brigades seven SHF-radiation devices needed for holding of firing as the SBI reported.

“The leadership of the State Bureau of Investigations has initiated the holding of the internal investigation during which the legality of the actions of the SBI employees will be accessed,” the message said.

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The SBI also specified that seven SHF-radiation devices (klystrons) were confiscated on July 1. The same day, the SBI investigators returned three klystrons to one of the military units; another four devices should be returned today.

According to Ukrainska Pravda, the Command of the Air Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported the arrival of the SBI investigators to the anti-aircraft missile brigade military units in Khmelnytsky and Odesa and Kherson regions.

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The SBI and the Armed Forces of Ukraine specified that the searches took place within the case on the significant violations during the purchase of the klystrons by officials of the mentioned military units and were bolstered by the court’s order. However, the Armed Forces specified that the order did not contain any information about the confiscation of the equipment - only about its examination.

As we reported, the Armed Forces of Ukraine plan to supply every army brigade in Donbas combat area with U.S. anti-tank missile launchers, the Javelins.


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