SBU releases recordings of tapped conversations of Frenchman planning attacks during EURO-2016
The SBU Security Service of Ukraine has published on its YouTube channel fragments of conversations of a French citizen Gregoire Moutaux, who is suspected of plotting terrorist attacks during the EURO-2016 football tournament.
In these fragments, the French national (call sign Muto) speaks in broken English supposedly with a citizen of Ukraine.
The suspect told the Ukrainian that his goal was for a small group to hold a certain operation, which will affect every French citizen. He also offered the Ukrainian man to contribute.
Read alsoSBU says about possible "Russian trace" in plotting terrorist attacks in France during EURO-2016He also talked about planning dozens of simultaneous car explosions across France. At the same time, according to the Frenchman, it would be better "to conduct two operations at once."
Read alsoEuronews Exclusive: Ukraine says French national had plans for 15 attacks in FranceFurthermore, the parties were talking about a large amount of explosives. Muto considered 15 targets for terrorist attacks in Paris, in particular, the central tax office and a "small bridge."
As UNIAN reported earlier, The SBU Security Service of Ukraine has detained a French national at the Ukrainian-Polish border who reportedly plotted a series of terrorist attacks in France during the UEFA EURO-2016 in June 2016.
The man tried to smuggle out of Ukraine an arsenal of explosives, grenade launchers and Kalashnikov rifles.