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Ukraine's Security Service detains anti-Ukrainian propagandist

The woman was deported from Russia
11:04, 17 January 2019

Anti-Ukrainian propagandist, who was detained by Ukraine's SBU on January 17
SBU

Ukraine’s Security Service detained a woman who promoted anti-Ukrainian propaganda since 2014, as the press office of SBU reported.

The perpetrator was spreading materials with anti-Ukrainian propaganda on the Internet since 2014. Besides, she called for confrontations among the Ukrainians for political preferences. She also called for violating Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

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In August 2015, pro-Russian propagandist moved to the occupied territories, and then to Russia. At the same time, she was calling Ukrainians for changing the state border and power. Later, the woman was deported from Russia.

On December 14, the pro-Russian propagandist was declared wanted. Lviv Galytsky District court permitted her detention on the next day so that later it could decide on the restrictive measure for the culprit.

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