Showing posts with label SBU. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SBU. Show all posts

Friday, March 10, 2023

Ukraine detains officials for famous plane's destruction at start of war

Ukraine handed suspicion notices on Friday to three former top managers of aircraft manufacturer Antonov for obstructing the country's military and allowing Russia to destroy the iconic giant "Mriya" cargo plane at the start of the full-scale war.

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Ukraine’s security service raids Kyiv monastery, suspects Russian subversive activities

Ukraine’s SBU security service and police raided a 1,000-year-old Orthodox Christian monastery in Kyiv early on Tuesday as part of operations to counter suspected “subversive activities by Russian special services,” the SBU said.

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Senior Ukrainian intelligence official found dead at home

A regional head of Ukraine’s SBU intelligence services has been found dead at his home in central Ukraine, the prosecutor general’s office said.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Les militaires russes kidnappés en Crimée condamnés à 2 mois de prison

Un tribunal ukrainien a placé en garde à vue les deux militaires russes kidnappés dimanche en Crimée par le Service de sécurité d'Ukraine (SBU), ce avec la possibilité de verser une caution.

La Russie accuse Kiev d'avoir enlevé deux soldats russes en Crimée

Le ministère russe de la Défense a accusé lundi soir les services secrets ukrainiens d'avoir enlevé deux de ses soldats en Crimée, péninsule annexée par la Russie, Kiev les considérant pour sa part comme des "déserteurs" de l'armée ukrainienne.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

OSCE Representative urges authorities in Ukraine to respect media after raid on Vesti newspaper

VIENNA, 12 September 2014 – OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today called on the Ukrainian authorities to respect media following a raid by law enforcement officers on the editorial office of the Vesti newspaper in Kyiv.
On 11 September, representatives of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) searched Vesti’s editorial office in Kyiv, confiscated office equipment, working materials as well as journalists’ personal belongings. The SBU reportedly conducted the search as part of its criminal investigation into the newspaper’s publications, which allegedly contained information infringing Ukraine's territorial integrity.

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