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Two Russians arrested in Crimea for alleged spying for Ukraine

September 29, 10:19 UTC+3

Detained serviceman admits spying for Ukraine

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MOSCOW, September 29. /TASS/. The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) has reported taking two Russian nationals into custody, one of them a serviceman, suspected of spying for Ukraine, the FSB’s Public Relations Center told TASS.

"The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation has arrested citizens of the Russian Federation Anna Sukhonosova and Dmitry Dolgopolov. The latter is doing his military service in Crimea," the Public Relations Center reported. "The specified individuals have been collecting top-secret information about separate small and large units of the Black Sea Fleet and passing it on to Ukraine’s intelligence services."

The FSB published a video of the detention of the two Russian nationals in Crimea, one of them a serviceman, suspected of spying for Ukraine, the FSB’s Public Relations Center told TASS on Friday.

According to the video, which TASS obtained, detainee Dmitry Dolgopolov confessed that he had worked for the Chief Reconnaissance Department of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.

"I supplied secret information to the Chief Reconnaissance Department of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry," he said during the interrogation.

The FSB has launched a criminal case under Article 275 of the Russian Criminal Code ("Treason"), and an investigation is currently underway.

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