Ukrainian terror plot in Zaporozhye foiled – Moscow

Kiev had wished to trigger an explosion at a market, Russia’s Federal Security Service says

Ukrainian authorities had deliberate to detonate a bomb at a market within the metropolis of Melitopol in Russia’s Zaporozhye Region, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) stated in a press release on Monday. It added that the suspects have been detained and admitted to the plot.

According to the FSB, three Ukrainian nationals, together with two with prior prison convictions in Ukraine, have been apprehended whereas driving to the location so as to plant an explosive. They have been transported to Moscow and charged with terrorism and unlawful weapons possession.

The FSB launched a video of two males with their faces blurred, who stated that they had been recruited by Ukrainian particular providers. One man claimed that Ukrainian officers promised to “get him off the hook” for having dedicated a theft if he would comply with travel to Melitopol and perform “an explosion in a public place” there.

The detainee added that he was given the placement of a weapons cache, from which he recovered two handguns, a grenade and “explosives with detonators.”


You can share this story on social media: