KYIV (QHA) -

The Security Service of Ukraine refutes information that the Russian serviceman Dmitriy Dolgopolov and his acquaintance Anna Sukhonosova, detained by the FSB in the annexed Crimea, transferred secret information about the activities of units and formations of the Black Sea Fleet to the special services of Ukraine, in particular, to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense.

"We do not comment on Kremlin fakes," the press secretary of the Security Service of Ukraine Yelena Gitlyanskaya stated answering the question of QHA.

September 29, the FSB of Russia on the territory of the occupied Crimea reported the detention of two Russian citizens, including a serviceman, on suspicion of spying for Ukraine.

Investigators claim that Dmitry Dolgopolov and his acquaintance Anna Sukhnosova collected and transferred classified information on the activities of units and formations of the Black Sea Fleet, which is a state secret, to special services of Ukraine. Citing the information from the FSB, Russian media reported that Dmitry Dolgopolov had confessed to the transfer of classified data to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

On this fact a criminal case was filed under Article 275 of the Criminal Code of Russia.

QHA