SBU arrests man in Odesa for spreading Russian propaganda
Operatives of the SBU Security Service of Ukraine have exposed an anti-Ukrainian online agitator, who acted in Ukraine's Odesa region in the interests of the Russian Federation, the aggressor state.
The perpetrator regularly posted information on personal pages in the social networks with calls for altering the country's state border and violating Ukraine's territorial integrity, the SBU's press service said on June 21.
Also, the man promoted terrorist organizations, that is, the self-proclaimed "Donetsk and Luhansk People's republics" ("DPR" and "LPR")
Moreover, he used materials from Russia's propaganda online publications and those from sites supporting illegal armed formations in the occupied Donbas.
It is noted that during the authorized investigation, SBU detectives revealed in the agitator's apartment computer equipment and other material evidence, confirming his illegal activities.
The perpetrator was charged with committing a crime under Part 1 of Article 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Further investigation is under way.
Measures to expose and block illegal activities were conducted under the procedural guidance of the prosecutor's office.