“Contributed to the anti-Ukrainian actions”: SBU holds more than 25 raids in several regions of the country

The security service of Ukraine on Monday holds more than 25 searches at a number of people, including journalists, on suspicion of contributing to the Russian anti-Ukrainian actions. This was reported in Facebook the speaker of the secret service, Elena Gitlyanskaya. According to her, searches are authorized and conducted in different regions of the country.

“During the searches, seized propaganda materials, weapons, explosives and a lot of other evidence of subversive activities against our country,” said Gilanskaya, promising detailed information to disclose after the termination of the proceedings.

The speaker of the SBU said that journalism could not be a pardon from responsibility for anti-government actions.

We will note, according to media reports, one of those who carried out searches, is the journalist Yuri Lukashin.