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MOSCOW, May 15. /TASS/. Military intelligence of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic has uncovered the efforts of the Ukrainian Security Service SBU to organize a chain of terrorist acts in Donetsk, Eduard Basurin, the official spokesman of the DPR Defence Ministry told a news briefing on Friday.
He said the terrorist acts would most likely be organized in the run-up to an EU summit in Riga.
"Our agents say the SBU on Thursday got down to implementing a plan for a series of terrorist acts that will be carried out within a week so as to accuse us of crimes against humanity," Basurin said.
In part, such acts will likely be staged on the Mariupol-Volodarskoye and Privolnoye-Kasyanovka automobile roads and in the vicinity of the Stary Krym township, he indicated.
"Explosions of landmines or shelling of passenger busses and small cars from artillery weapons is possible there," Basurin said.
He recalled that Kiev had more than once demonstrated its capability to resort to the most audacious steps and organize terrorist acts against civilians in the areas of Donbas under its control.
Such actions usually precede important international events, Basurin said.