Ukrainian security service denies Russian FSB claims of incursion into Crimea

"Ukraine does not seize or return by force its territory now and will not do so in the future. I can tell you this," SBU adviser Yuriy Tandit told the Interfax-Ukraine news agency on Friday, Joinfo.ua reports. "That's why it is possible

Ukrainian Defence Ministry denies Russia’s accusations of incursion into occupied Crimea

“Such statement by FSB is nothing but an attempt to justify acts of aggression and redeployment of military units of the Russian Federation in the territory of the temporarily occupied peninsula,” Ukrainian MoD said in a statement published on the official

Russian FSB claims to have thwarted “Ukraine’s incursion” into Crimea

"A group of saboteurs was spotted overnight to August 7 near the city of Armyansk (the Republic of Crimea) thanks to investigative work," TASS reported citing the FSB website. According to the report, “a FSB officer was killed in a skirmish when

Russian police raided homes of Crimean journalists

On Tuesday April 19 the Russian police conducted searches in the homes of three journalists in the occupied Crimea, according to the lawyer Emil Kurbedinov, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to Crimea. Reality. According to him, after searches, journalists were taken to the

“Quasi-investigation” and “British humor”: the Kremlin reacted to a report on the Litvinenko’s case

Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman of the Russian president Vladimir Putin, commented on the report on the results of an inquiry on Alexander Litvinenko’s case and called it a “quasi-investigation” and “British humor”, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to TASS. "Why quasi-investigation? Because we

Report on Alexander Litvinenko’s case published: Putin “probably” approved the murder

The inquiry published on Thursday, led by the judge of the High Court of London, Sir Robert Owen came to the conclusion that the murder of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 in the UK was "probably" approved by President Vladimir Putin,

Russia confirmed that a bomb downed Airbus A321, announced reward for information about terrorists

Russian FSB believes that Airbus A321 crashed on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt because of the terrorist attack, the head of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov reported it to the president Vladimir Putin, Joinfo.ua reports citing TASS. "We can clearly say that this