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​The russians "Hunt" for Abrams Tanks near Avdiivka, Security Service of Ukraine Exposed FSB Agents

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A tank at a combat position / Illustrative photo by U.S. DoD
A tank at a combat position / Illustrative photo by U.S. DoD

In order to have more information about the positions of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as well as artillery systems and armored vehicles in the Avdiivka direction, the russian Federal Security Service of the russian federation (FSB) created a network of agents

The russian so-called "FSB" created a network of agents in the Donetsk region. The agents were supposed to hunt down the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which are currently holding back the offensive of the occupation army of the russian federation in heavy battles in the Avdiivka direction. In it turn, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) exposed criminals who were spying on Ukrainian weapons and military equipment.

In order to detect Ukrainian checkpoints and fortifications near the front line, as well as the positions of Ukrainian artillery systems and the route of movement of armored vehicles, including Abrams tanks, the russian "FSB" recruited two residents back in June who, despite the fact that they acted "independently", were connected by one "connector", which was located in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

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They "leaked" the received information to the russian "FSB" through messengers. The investigation is currently ongoing, the detainees were informed of the suspicion under Part 2 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (treason committed under martial law).

The russians Hunt for Abrams Tanks near Avdiivka, Security Service of Ukraine Exposed FSB Agents, M1Abrams tank, Defense Express
M1Abrams tank / Photo credit: U.S. DoD

We will remind, very recently it became known that Ukraine received all 31 Abrams tanks, which the USA promised to transfer at the beginning of the year, the first vehicles were transferred to the Defense Forces of Ukraine in September.

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