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A resident of Kherson, who worked for Ukrainian intelligence, was detained

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Russian law enforcement agencies detained a resident of Kherson, who was an agent of Ukrainian intelligence and provided the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) with data on the movement of Russian troops in the Kherson region. As a TASS source said on July 23, data was transmitted by Kherson residents from these cameras of the video surveillance system.

“After the loss of control over the Kherson region, the intelligence of the Armed Forces of Ukraine recruited a resident of Kherson. With its help, the Armed Forces of Ukraine received information about the movement of forces of the Russian group across the territory of the Kherson region. Currently, the agent has been detained and is giving evidence, ”the source said.

Earlier on Sunday, it was reported that special forces units of the Western Military District (ZVO) in the course of a special operation to protect the population of Donbass are obtaining information about the location of the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine for their subsequent destruction. According to the results of the work of the special forces group of the Western Military District, an accurate artillery strike was inflicted on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

On July 20, a member of the Russian delegation at the talks in Vienna on military security and arms control, Yulia Zhdanova, also indicated that today CIA (US Central Intelligence Agency) officers responsible for intelligence, weapons and training of Ukrainian troops continue to work in Kyiv.

On June 25, The New York Times reported that special forces units of a number of NATO countries, designed for sabotage and reconnaissance operations, are carrying out a secret operation on the territory of Ukraine.

On July 19, Assistant Minister of the Interior of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) Vitaly Kiselyov said that NATO countries are tracking almost the entire territory of the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics (LDNR) from satellites. In turn, the former head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, said on June 28 that the NATO leadership receives impressive amounts of data from private satellite operators, which are later transferred to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Russia launched a special operation to protect the DPR and LPR on February 24. It was preceded by an aggravation of the situation in the region, an appeal by the leadership of the Donbass republics to the Russian Federation with a request for help, and the subsequent recognition by Russia of the independence of the DPR and LPR. Kyiv has been conducting a military operation against the residents of Donbass, who refused to recognize the results of the coup d’état in Ukraine, since 2014.

For more up-to-date videos and details about the situation in Donbass, watch the Izvestia TV channel.

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