Ukraine’s Security Service reported on the detention of one of the organizers of the so-called Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), a department spokeswoman Elena Gitlyanskaya wrote on Facebook.
- Ukraine’s Security Service has just arrested in Poltava ragion Sergei Korsun, who is suspected of involvement in the "LPR" terrorist organization and the investigation is underway, according to the press-secretary.
Gitlyanskaya also asked Ukrainians to be vigilant and not indifferent regarding possible terrorist, separatist or corruption moves, and to inform the Security Service about anything that can threaten the security of the country and its citizens.
February 3, Ukrainian social network users were shocked with a video, captured by local activists in the city of Kyiv, where Sergey Korsun, one of the leaders of the "LPR" terrorist organization and an active supporter of the illegal deployment of Russian regular troops on the territory of Ukraine, was quietly dinning in a cafe with his wife and child.
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