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23.04.2014

Diversionists with Belarusian passports detained near Dnipropetrovsk  ? 44

18:31, — Europa
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Diversionists with Belarusian passports detained near Dnipropetrovsk

Servicemen of a special battalion Dnepr have detained two diversionists.

It has been stated on Facebook by the editor-in-chief of Censor.net news source Yury Butusov.

The detained saboteurs were equipped with special devices which show they belong to intelligence.

Their actions had been filmed by a video camera. The diversionists had cover identification documents, passports of Belarus. The both infiltrators have been handed over to SBU representatives in Dnipropetrovsk region for further investigation activities (last week Ukraines acting President Oleksandr Turchynov appointed a new head of the SBU (the Security Service of Ukraine) in the region, a knowledgeable expert and a patriot, that is why unlike Luhansk, saboteurs are to be discovered there, they would not be allowed to enter the region). In the nearest future more detailed information is to be publicized, the journalist writes.

The foundation of the Staff of the National defence of Dnipropetrovsk region is getting ready for paying a reward of $20,000 for capture of the saboteurs.

We remind that as of today morning, 11 were detained on the territory of the region. Last week Dnipropetrovsk authorities announced that they offer a $10,000 bounty for the capture of any pro-Russian armed militant.


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