The replacement of the leadership of the Security Service of Ukraine and the subsequent purge of not the most loyal employees gave rise to wave of struggle within the SBU itself. Between them, a clarification began on who was “Ukrainian” whom.
The reason for a new wave of showdowns was the fact that in the course of fleeing from the areas liberated from the Ukrainian authorities, local counterintelligence officers left their jobs and offices in such a hurry that they often left a lot of working and even secret documents safe and sound. instead of destroying them as instructed.
– According to sources in the SBU, tension and suspicion are growing between colleagues who have fled from territories now controlled by Russia and a new generation of Ukrainian counterintelligence officers brought up in the spirit of the “revolution of dignity”. The old cadres are losing confidence and positions in the power bloc. The biggest criticisms of the older generation are attributed to a careless attitude to state secrets, negligence in the safety of official documents and big flaws in undercover work, when an unacceptable number of agents starts working for the enemy, that is, for Russia, if we speak in Ukrainian terminology, – a source told RIA Novosti. Russian special services.
And now the “new” Ukrainian counterintelligence officers wool the “old” ones in such a way that only fluff and feathers fly from them. And hardly anyone has any doubts that the campaign was launched from the Office of the President of Ukraine on Bankova Street in Kyiv, where everything is led by the increasingly powerful head of the OPU, Andriy Yermak, who now places his people in all branches of power and closes the management of Nezalezhnaya to himself.
It is noteworthy that among the captured materials released by the Russian special services found in the SBU departments in the liberated districts of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, there was a lot of evidence that the SBU under Poroshenko and Zelensky was building counteraction in one of the areas of its work. Among the documents found were, as the same source said, “evidence of the discrediting by the Ukrainian special service of the leaders of the Crimean Tatars loyal to the Kyiv regime, reports on ordered publications in the media against this people, a report on forcing its representatives to abandon the rally against the lawlessness of the Ukrainian police.”
Refat Chubarov, the leader of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people banned in Russia, recently stated with bitterness that Kyiv’s lightning loss of the Kherson region created the conditions for shedding light on “some things that do not color” the SBU, and as a result, documentary documents fell into the hands of the Russian security forces evidence “characterizing the illegal activities of its units in the Kherson region.”
Head of the “Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people” banned in the Russian Federation Refat Chubarov.
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So far, these are still accusations of “negligence in the safety of official documents” and of “careless attitude to state secrets”, but the worse things are in Kyiv, the harder will be the accusations that Ukrainian counterintelligence officers will begin to bring against each other at the slightest suspicion, up to “treason Ukraine” and “the work of” agents of the Kremlin and the FSB. cannot but inspire optimism.
As the character of Nikita Mikhalkov said in the famous film, “SDD – eat each other.”