The FSB’s charges saying the Ukrainian Intelligence plotted the sabotage in the occupied Crimea can serve as a basis for "a large-scale aggression" against Ukraine, Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, MP Refat Chubarov wrote on Facebook.
The FSB’s statements saying Ukrainian subversive groups broke from the territory of mainland Ukraine into the Russia-occupied Crimea are nothing but an attempt of the Russia’s FSB to cover up the crimes it has committed or plans to commit.
In the second case, the initiated provocation can serve to justify Russia’s large-scale aggression against Ukraine, wrote Chubarov.
According to him, the FSB provocations against Ukraine "look primitive."
But when did such little things stop Kremlin freaks? said the Mejlis Chairman.
According to Chubarov, "Russian special bodies almost completely copy the methods used by the NKVD-MGB-KGB." Earlier, the FSB spread a statement saying it prevented the terrorist acts in the Crimea, allegedly prepared by the Head Intelligence Office of the Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
In particular, the Russian security services said they disclosed in the city of Armyansk a group of saboteurs who killed a Russian FSB officer when being detained. In addition, the FSB announced the "liquidation of the Ukrainian intelligence network".
The fake statements also say the "subversive and terrorist groups tried to break" in the peninsula.
The Intelligence Directorate with the Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said charges of the Russia's FSB are fake.
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