"SBU is dealing with it": Danilov told about the projects of Russian special services in Ukraine and mentioned Arestovich
The Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Oleksiy Danilov, said that Russian special services are beginning to use well-known Russian-language projects in Ukraine to their advantage. He hinted that this also applies to the former advisor to the Presidential Office, Oleksiy Arestovych.
The Security Service of Ukraine is already dealing with these projects. The NSDC Secretary said this in an interview with the Liga newspaper.
"I don't know why someone (Arestovych - ed.) broke off the chain and started flapping his wings. But I can say that they have competition. Now Boyko is competing with other Russian-speakers to see who will take over (the Russian-speaking electorate - ed.). One says, 'This is our favorite taxi driver,' the other sits down at the table with him..." Danilov said.
He added that soon "women for peace and a bright future" will be returning from the political cemetery.
"We will see a lot of projects that are in exile today. The Russians are working with them very hard. Believe me, no amount of resuscitation will help them," the NSDC Secretary is convinced.
He noted that Russian special services are beginning to use this whole front to their advantage.
"And if the Security Service does not go about its business... It must follow them very closely, work out all this very carefully. Believe me, time will pass, we will see a lot," the NSDC Secretary said.
Danilov emphasized that the SBU is already dealing with similar cases, but the results will not be as fast as anyone would like.
As a reminder, Oleksiy Arestovych, a former advisor to the head of the Presidential Administration who announced his intention to run for president and proposed negotiations with the aggressor country Russia, confirmed that he had fled the country. He complained about alleged persecution - wiretapping in his home, surveillance and visits from law enforcement.
As OBOZ.UA reported, earlier Arestovych announced his intention to run in the upcoming presidential election and published a 14-point election program of political, economic, social, military and other reforms. The news caused great outrage among Ukrainians.