In Lviv, security forces detained three raiding parties from Donbas

04.28.2014 Delo.ua
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Screen Shot 2014-04-28 at 4.14.41 PMThe largest of the identified subversive groups consisted of 12 people. According to the SBU, all detainees are Ukrainian citizens. 

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has detained three raiding parties from Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts [regions] in Lviv Oblast. According to the ZAXID.NET report, citing sources at the SBU. As noted above, the largest of the identified subversive groups consisted of 12 people. There were no citizens of other countries, Russia in particular, among the detainees.

Meanwhile, the SBU administration in Lviv Oblast hasn’t yet made an official statement regarding this information. “Until May 10, we will not comment on anything. I can neither deny nor confirm this information,” said Oresta Kutna, the press secretary of the administration, citing the secrecy of the investigation.

Earlier, security forces detained a commando group in Luhansk Oblast. They also confiscated an arsenal of weapons and ammunition from the detainees.

On March 22 in Odesa, a subversive group was arrested that planned the capture of army armories and administrative buildings, as well as intended to use weapons and explosives against the current government.

Source: delo.ua 

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1 Response to In Lviv, security forces detained three raiding parties from Donbas

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