SBU detains infamous Kharkiv journo Borodavka suspected of separatism
The operatives of the SBU Security Service of Ukraine in Kharkiv region have detained the infamous Kharkiv journalist Andriy Borodavka, who was hiding in Russia and was wanted on suspicion of infringement of the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine.
According to the SBU's posting on Facebook, the Security Service conducted a special operation, resulting in Borodavka being discredited before his curators from the Russian special services and his subsequent deportation from Russia. Late evening on July 3, the SBU's officers in Kharkiv region detained the perpetrator at Boryspil airport (Kyiv).
According to the report, Borodavka is suspected of having committed an offense under Part. 1, Article 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (encroachment on the territorial integrity of Ukraine). He is reported to be actively cooperating with the investigation and is giving incriminating evidence against the main functionaries of the separatist-collaborationist movement and their Russian curators.
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A law enforcement source told an UNIAN correspondent that Borodavka did not come from Russia, from where he had been deported, but from one of the CIS countries in Central Asia.
After the detention, Borodavka was convoyed to Kharkiv.