KYIV, August 6 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s Condition Security Service (SBU) arrested two men it charged with being Russian intelligence agents accountable for identifying targets for Russian missile strikes that wrecked shipbulding infrastructure within the southern port town of Mykolaiv, the company stated on Saturday.
The 2 men “collected and transmitted intelligence towards the enemy about important infrastructure facilities, fuel depots, the deployment and movement of personnel and equipment of (Ukraine’s) Military,” the SBU stated inside a publish on messaging application Telegram.
Consequently, the SBU stated several shipbuilding enterprises and fuel depots were broken or destroyed. The company stated both men were now being locked in child custody. It didn’t say once the infrastructure was hit.
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