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Khabarovsk citizen who tried to sell secret data to Ukraine was sentenced to 12.5 years

Ukraine (bbabo.net), - Russian Vyacheslav Mamukov was sentenced to 12 years and six months in prison for trying to sell state secrets to the Ukrainian special services. This was reported today, December 15, at the Center for Public Relations (CSP) of the FSB of Russia.

“In the course of operational-search activities and investigative actions, the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation established that V.V. special services of Ukraine and offered to transfer to them for a monetary reward information that could be used to the detriment of the security of the Russian Federation. It was about information constituting state and commercial secrets relating to transport infrastructure facilities,” the agency said in a statement.

As a result of timely measures taken by the FSB officers, he failed to realize the criminal intent.

Khabarovsk citizen who tried to sell secret data to Ukraine was sentenced to 12.5 years