Woman Arrested for Passing Information on Location of Ukrainian Forces to Russia – Observer

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A Ukrainian woman was detained after revealing to Russian services the location of units of Ukrainian forces, which was obtained through her husband, a military man, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) reveals.

An SBU investigation indicates that the “traitor” is a 31-year-old woman living in the Dnipropetrovsk region who started working in Russia in May. It shared information on the location of military buildings and equipment in Donetsk and Zaporizhia.

“She took this approach despite the fact that she was married to a member of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and they had a son together,” a statement said. Report He shared telegram. According to the SBU, the man It was not aware that the information had been passed on to Russian forcess.

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The woman asked her husband for information about his army unit and other groups in the armed forces. He then relayed what he knew to a Russian contact from which they were used to launch artillery and air strikes. Alternatively, He promised to grant him Russian citizenship and a higher standard of living If they can take control of the region.

Since the start of the war in Ukraine on August 24, Ukrainian services have detained several Russian collaborators. In some regions, local administrations encourage residents to report situations they become aware of. It is in Nikopol, where A Reward For finding and condemning Russian “traitors” and supporters.

Nicopol announces a reward for anyone who helps catch the ‘traitors’

Also in Mykolaiv, the governor of the administrative region offered a reward to anyone who turned in information leading to the arrest of Russian artillery locators.

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