Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained a Ukrainian ctitizen, Konstantin Davidenko, in the Republic of Crimea, the FSB press service said in a statement on February 12.
According to the statement, Davidenko was collecting information about units and service members of the FSB and the National Guard and transfering it to Ukrainian intelligence services.
The suspect is charged for espionage. The investigation is ongoing.
According to media, Davidenko was detained in the city of Simferopol on February 11.
This was no the first case when the FSB prevented activities of Ukrainian intelligence in the peninsula. Previously, the security service had prevented a number of terrorist acts and cracked down a Ukrainian espionage network.