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The second phase of ATO began in Odessa

Author: Ayre от 22.03.2015, 22:15
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The second phase of ATO began in Odessa

On March 21 the second phase of the so-called "anti-terrorist operation" began in Odessa. This was reported in the press department of the regional management of the SBU.

SBU proudly reports of a "work done". Pre-trial investigation was completed and 18 criminal proceedings were sent to court against three dozen people accused of involvement in the alleged crimes with signs of "separatism and terrorism".

In addition, "the proceeding of the SBU Office investigators includes 29 criminal cases, 5 of which will also be sent to the court in the near future" - the head of the press department Anna Shevchuk said.

Summing up the results of the first phase of the "anti-terrorist operation", department of SBU stated that 62 people were arrested, 9 citizens are wanted and 78 reported as suspected for his involvement in "terrorist activities" or crimes aimed at encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine.

The SBU investigators seized 25 grenade launchers, more than 20 kilograms of explosives, 150 grenades, about fifty firearms and ammunition of criminals during the operational activities. Unfortunately, they did not specify whether they seized weapons of the "treacherous separatists" or another "ATO heroes" who are pilfering weapons from the area of ​​the ATO throughout Ukraine.

In general, we can say that Kiev authorities continue to be concerned about the situation in Odessa and will make every effort that to threaten the population as much as possible, and will try to arrest as many disloyal citizens.

                                                                                                                                                                                       


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