The FSB announced two new attempts to sabotage the SBU in Russia (video)
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In Bryansk and in the suburbs of Moscow, security officers detained two men who allegedly came to the Russian Federation in transit through Estonia from Kyiv to stage terrorist attacks.
The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation accused the Ukrainian special services of preparing two acts of sabotage in Russia. In Bryansk, FSB officers detained a man who, allegedly on instructions from the SBU, came to the city from Kyiv through Estonia to blow up a transport and logistics terminal, Russian media report.
The FSB published a video of the detention of a man who had an explosive found in his backpack a device made on the basis of the warhead of an anti-tank guided missile. The power of the device was estimated at 3 kg of TNT.
Literally half an hour later, the FSB announced that it had managed to stop a Ukrainian from preparing a terrorist attack in the Moscow region. A very similar story was told about him: allegedly, an SBU agent born in 1972 arrived in Russia from Kyiv in transit through Estonia, hiding two Igla portable anti-aircraft missile systems in a cache equipped in a minibus with Ukrainian numbers. The FSB did not specify how exactly he was supposed to use them.
The SBU has not yet commented on these reports.
Note that this morning the Russian special service has already accused Ukrainians three times of organizing sabotage on the territory of the Russian Federation. Earlier, the FSB said that the undermining of the Crimean bridge was prepared by Kirill Budanov, the head of Ukrainian military intelligence. At least 12 citizens of Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia and Russia allegedly helped him in carrying out the action.
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense noted that “they do not intend to comment on this nonsense,” since both the FSB and the Investigative Committee of Russia are fake structures , the essence of which is to serve the Putin regime.