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Prime Minister's translator detained in Ukraine for spying for Russia

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) on December 20 detained an official of the Cabinet of Ministers of the country on suspicion of cooperation with the special services of Russia.

Law enforcers detained the official right at his workplace, in the government building, report “Ukrainian news".

The SBU has not yet officially commented on this detention, but sources claim that the detainee is the deputy head of the Prime Minister's protocol, Stanislav Yezhov. Previously, he worked at the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States, as well as in the Presidential Administration of Ukraine. In the minutes, he was responsible, among other things, for the translation during meetings with foreign delegations and often personally carried out the translation.

With the Prime Minister of Ukraine Groisman, he began to work in the Verkhovna Rada and together with him moved to the Cabinet of Ministers.

“Now the counterintelligence of the SBU has suppressed the illegal activities of one of the officials of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, whom we reasonably suspect of cooperation with the Russian special services,” said the head of the counterintelligence department of the SBU Aleksey Petrov.

He added that the official had access to rather narrow insider information from the Cabinet of Ministers and was respected.

“He worked very responsibly, diligently and creatively for the Russian special services,” Petrov said.

According to him, the detainee "worked like a real spy."

“He worked quite proactively, passed on information, stole documents, eavesdropped on the news, looked for information among colleagues and regularly passed it on to the Russian special services, to his curators, for whom he worked,” Petrov said.

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