The Ukrainian saboteur was supposed to kill the head of the Kherson region and his deputy, but he refused
KHERSON, September 27 – RIA Novosti. A member of the Ukrainian reconnaissance and sabotage group Alexander Svaroba, who was detained in August, was tasked with killing Vladimir Saldo, the head of the administration of the Kherson region, and his deputy Kirill Stremousov, but did not do so because one of his employees was afraid. law enforcement told RIA Novosti.
Russian security forces detained two members of the reconnaissance and sabotage group – Alexander Svaroba (callsign “Alex”), born in 1998, and Artem Savelyev (callsign “Malaya”), born in 2003, in the village of Chernobaevka in the Kherson region. . At the instruction of their curators with the call sign “Seda”, Svaroba and Savelyev collected information on Russian troops for Ukrainian military intelligence, and also participated in the preparation of terrorist attacks in Kherson for symbolic sums.
“Furthermore,” Sedoy “tried to set more serious tasks for Alex – for example, to eliminate the head of the administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo and his deputy Kirill Stremousov, since” Alex “rejected, according to him, a danger to his life,” noted the interlocutor of the agency.
The saboteur also mentioned that such acts of terrorism cannot be carried out.
“I had the task of organizing sabotage against Saldo and Stremousov, I refused it, because I was worried for my life and the lives of my relatives,” said Svaroba himself, whose video footage of his confession is at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
According to Svaroba, before the planned liquidation of Saldo and Stremousov, he received a fake passport from “Sedoy” in August from a hiding place under a false name.
The Russian security official noted his negligence and carelessness when Ukrainian intelligence “blinded” this passport and prepared to ensure the departure of “Alex” from the Kherson region.
“The passport“ Alex ”was needed so that he could travel to the territory of the Nikolaev region, but he did not use it, since the passport was issued in the name of a person born in 1970 – that is, by age. Suitable for fathers, Svarobe, ”the agency interlocutor concluded.
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