“Not always in handcuffs in the dock”: Malyuk about the fate of captured Russian agents
According to Malyuk, various enemy agents were detained.
Since the beginning of the full-scale war, more than 300 enemy agents have been discovered preparing the Russian invasion.
The head of the SBU, Vasily Malyuk, spoke about this in an interview with journalist Dmitry Komarov.
“An enemy agent is not always a person in handcuffs in the dock. If at a certain stage this person is subjected to our recruiting, then later on through him we can misinform the enemy, influence and receive some data from him, then we use it differently,” he said.
Malyuk claims that there are those who receive from 13 to 15 years in prison.
“On average, such terms are now given by a court decision under Article 111 – high treason. Believe me, various enemy agents were detained – from ordinary ones who collected information about places of deployment to top ones, such as Medvedchuk,” he added.
Detention of traitors in Ukraine
On May 26, the Security Service of Ukraine exposed another henchman of the Russian invaders during counter-sabotage activities in the front-line regions of the Mykolaiv region.
The SBU detained a Russian agent who was passing on intelligence to the invaders about the deployment and movement of the Ukrainian Defense Forces in the areas of Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Toretsk.