SBU interrogates separatist detained in Donbass

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Andrei Kosyak, detained in Donbass, was interrogated

During the arrest, the man had a PM pistol with two equipped magazines, a military ID and a JCCC certificate.

The Security Service of Ukraine interrogated Andrey Kosyak, who was detained in Donbas, who was conducting reconnaissance of the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. About this on Thursday, October 14, informs press service of the SBU.

During interrogation, the man confirmed that he was an employee of the Joint Center for Coordination and Control of the Ceasefire by the “LPR”.

It is noted that Kosyak on the demarcation line near the Zolote checkpoint violated the agreements within the TKG, since he had to ensure the demining of the site for the opening of the checkpoint.

The detainee is a member of one of the units of the 6th separate motorized rifle goat regiment named after Ataman Matvey Platov of the LPR People’s Militia. He is a native of Alchevsk, suspected of committing premeditated murder in 2010.

According to the SBU, in 2014 Kosyak joined the ranks of the Bryanka SSSR bandit formation, was subsequently assigned to a mortar platoon and took an active part in resisting the ATO / OOS forces. In particular, he fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military in Popasna and Zolote from a mortar.

During the arrest, the man had a PM pistol with two equipped magazines, a military ID and a JCCC certificate.

The detainee was informed about suspicion of the creation of illegal armed groups. The issue of choosing a preventive measure is being resolved.

As previously reported, the Ukrainian military an armed Russian was detained in Donbas, who fought as part of an illegal armed group.

SBU reported suspicion to a spy of the special services of the Russian Federation

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