10:47 Oct. 15, 2016
Man, apparently local, was recruited last August, SBU says
The counterintelligence office of Ukraine SBU security service has detained a man in Yasynuvata, Donetsk region, who was allegedly working for Russia's intel. This is according to the official website of the SBU.
The suspect was recruited last August by his associates, members of a Donetsk militant group.
During the next two months he was informing his curators about the dispositions of Ukrainian soldiers in the area near the contact line.
SBU claims, he also assisted militant artillery operators in targeting the government forces.
If found guilty, the detained could be sentenced to up to 15 years in prison.