An armed Russian was detained in Donbass

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The military detained an armed Russian

Russian citizen Andrei Kosyak carried out undercover reconnaissance of the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He is also suspected of murder 11 years ago.

The Ukrainian military detained in the Donbas an armed Russian who fought as part of an illegal armed group. This was announced on Wednesday, October 13, by the Telegram channel of the Ukrainian delegation to participate in the Trilateral Contact Group.

It is noted that at about 10:45 am, a group of armed persons with the JCCC armbands, under the guise of carrying out demining work, reconnoitred the positions of the Ukrainian military personnel.

“Security guarantees were provided by the Ukrainian side to carry out demining work with a clear indication of the routes of movement and determination of the maximum point of advance towards the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as part of the work on equipping the site for opening from the temporarily occupied territories of the Zolote checkpoint,” the message says.

Operatives of the Armed Forces of Ukraine detained a citizen of the Russian Federation, Andrei Valentinovich Kosyak, born in 1978. Weapons and ammunition were seized from the man.

According to the document, the man was born in the city of Alchevsk, Luhansk region.

It is reported that the detainee is also suspected of committing a serious crime in 2010 in accordance with article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (premeditated murder).

Investigative actions continue.

Recall that today the SBU announced intercepting a Russian drone… The UAV Granat-1 fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military in the Donbas, and also conducted reconnaissance.

It was also reported that SBU reported suspicion to a spy of the special services of the Russian Federation… The man was collecting intelligence about the JFO units. To do this, he traveled to the areas where military facilities were located and took photographs.

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