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A Russian Informant, Monk from One of Kyiv Churches, Was Detained in Kyiv Metro

 An informant from Russia, who called himself a monk of one of the Kyiv churches, was detained in the Kyiv metro. Material evidence of aiding the enemy was seized from his apartment.

In Kyiv, police detained a supporter of the "russian world" on suspicion of reconnaissance and sabotage.

 This was reported by the National Police of Ukraine.

 The detainee supported the actions of the russian army on the territory of Ukraine, promoted the ideas of the "russian world" and cooperated with the enemy by passing important information.

 The 41-year-old offender, who called himself a monk of one of the temples, was detained at the metro station by police officers of the Criminal Investigation Department of the National Police of Ukraine.

 Material evidence of possible involvement in reconnaissance and sabotage activities on the territory of Ukraine and aiding the enemy was seized from his apartment.

 In addition, the suspect's phone contains correspondence with russian subscribers calling for the extermination of Ukrainians, photos of critical infrastructure, audio recordings with information about the location of checkpoints, and more.

 The detainee was handed over by police to Security Service of Ukraine officers for further investigation.

 Earlier, in the Dnepropetrovsk region eight suspicious persons who can be involved in cooperation with russia were detained. 

The Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Denys Monastyrskyy said that 1271 crimes against the national security of Ukraine had been registered during the 25 days of the war.

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