The Security Service of Ukraine in the Lviv region warns of the emergence of Russian-speaking people of athletic build who arrived for provocations. Residents are asked to report males between the ages of 20 and 50. This was announced by Halyna Yanko, the head of the Public Council at the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) in the Lviv region.
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«We ask all residents of Lviv region and realtors to inform about men aged 20 to 50, who can rent apartments in the region both personally and through intermediaries. Characteristically, these people speak Russian and do not speak Ukrainian. If you come across their passport data or mobile numbers, please inform the police in the same way,» – she said.
In case of identification of such persons, their passport data or mobile numbers, SBU officers ask to report all information to all messengers by phone +380664671077. Law enforcement officers should also be informed.
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Also, the SBU representative asks citizens to understand the situation when they might be stopped by police for the verification of documents, as such an inspection is taking place throughout Ukraine today.
Earlier, Mayor Andrii Sadovyi noted that various sabotage groups are possible in Lviv. It is important not to panic and stay calm.
We will recall that SBU declared a powerful wave of hybrid war in Ukraine. The special services have tightened the mode of operation in all regions of the country and are checking any attack scenarios.
Translated by Vitalii Holich
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