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WorldRussiaSBU nabs another FSB agent in Vinnytsia for preparing Russian air attacks

The security service conducted a special counter-sabotage operation in Vinnytsia. As a result of operational measures, another FSB agent was detained, who was engaged in the preparation of a new Russian air attack on the city.

According to the details shared by the SBU, “To carry it out, the attacker walked the streets of the regional center every day and secretly recorded the locations and movements of the Defense Forces.”


First of all, he tried to identify the locations with the greatest concentration of military equipment and heavy weapons of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which are preparing for a possible transfer to the front.

The Russian agent also scouted the area around industrial facilities to determine the level of their protection and the presence of Ukrainian defenders there.

In addition, the figure “told” the occupiers the “priority” of objects on which the Russian Federation was preparing an air strike using cruise or ballistic missiles and kamikaze drones.

However, the SBU employees worked ahead of time – timely exposed the FSB agent, documented his criminal actions and detained him while performing an enemy mission.

According to the investigation, the traitor is a 30-year-old resident of Vinnytsia who supported the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. Due to his pro-Kremlin views, he came to the attention of the FSB, which remotely recruited him to carry out intelligence and subversive activities against Ukraine.

According to the “instructions” of the Russian special service, the traitor was supposed to send them intelligence information in the form of electronic maps and photographs.


During the search, a mobile phone was found in the detainee’s possession, which he used to carry out enemy missions.

On the basis of the collected evidence, the investigators of the Security Service notified the suspect of suspicion under Part 2 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (treason committed under martial law).

The special operation was carried out by SBU employees in the Vinnytsia region under the procedural guidance of the regional prosecutor’s office.

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