Russia sends its saboteurs to three Ukrainian regions: SBGSU provides details
Russia is currently sending its saboteurs to three Ukrainian regions bordering Russia. Most hostile subversive groups are recorded in Sumy region, and they are periodically detected in Kharkiv and Chernihiv regions.
The main task of the saboteurs is to identify the location of the Ukrainian Defense Forces, they also open fire on vehicles moving in the border areas. Andriy Demchenko, spokesperson for the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, provided details on the We Are Ukraine TV channel.
"Most of these cases are recorded on the border with Russia within Sumy region, occasionally within Kharkiv region, and recently less in Chernihiv region. In fact, subversive groups are those groups that are trying to expose the locations of the Ukrainian Defense Forces, where units of the State Border Guard Service, the Armed Forces, and the National Guard are located," he said.
However, according to Demchenko, hostile subversive groups also pose a threat to the civilian population of these regions.
"This is also a threat to local residents, because saboteurs open fire on cars moving in the border area. They do not distinguish between military and civilian vehicles," stated the SBGS spokesman.
Earlier it was reported that the occupiers fired at the cars of power engineers in Sumy region with a mortar. Two people were injured.
It also became known that the Security Service of Ukraine and the National Police detained a Directorate General of Intelligence saboteur who wanted to blow up several gas stations in Ukraine. The attacker was detained when he was planting an explosive device under a gas barrel at a gas station in Kharkiv.
The investigation also found that the detainee was involved in other acts of sabotage in Kharkiv region, including the undermining of a railway track at a railway station and explosions at two local gas stations.