The financing channel of the Ukrainian Security Service employees involved in the terrorist attacks in the Kherson region was stopped by the Russian security forces. Reported by RIA Novosti with reference to a representative of law enforcement in the region.
They learned that to withdraw money, bank cards and accounts whose physical owners are located in European and Baltic states are used. Impersonal bank cells leased from credit institutions of the Czech Republic and Poland are also used. The money was transferred with the help of voluntary organizations.
It was learned by the Russian security forces that Ukraine’s special services are actively using “sleeping agents” in the Kherson region. “Agentura” reports to the curator the work done via satellite communication.
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