At the entrances to Kharkov, several buses with titushki were detained: they had to create a “picture for RosSMI” at a session of the City Council

In the Kharkiv region, as part of large-scale anti-terrorist exercises, several buses with titushki were detained, which were sent by one of the pro-Russian parties to destabilize the situation in the region.

This was announced by the press secretary of the Security Service of Ukraine in the Kharkiv region Vladislav Abdula.

According to the SBU spokesman, the buses with more than 60 men from other regions of Ukraine were detained at the entrances to Kharkiv from Donetsk, Dnipro and Poltava.

“These groups were sent to Kharkiv by order of one of the pro-Russian political forces to hold protest actions in the city, as well as provoke public discontent and massive illegal actions during the next session of the Kharkiv City Council,” Abdullah said.

He did not specify to which organization the detained aunts belong. Most likely, we are talking about representatives of the Patriots – For Life group, which is associated with the People’s Deputy from the Opposition Platform – For Life Ilya Kiva.

In addition, the detention of buses with titushki took place against the background of the visit of the leader of the PLWL Yuriy Boyko to Kharkiv.

According to the SBU, the titushki were sent to the Kharkiv region to destabilize the socio-political situation and create a “picture” for the Russian media, which the Kremlin could use for a new round of aggression against Ukraine.

(c)HB

One comment

  • “He did not specify to which organization the detained aunts belong. Most likely, we are talking about representatives of the Patriots – For Life group, which is associated with the People’s Deputy from the Opposition Platform – For Life Ilya Kiva.”

    A long stretch in prison would loosen the tongues of these traitors.

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