SSU detains traitor who passed geolocations of AFU strongholds to ruscists during battle for Kyiv

In Kyiv region, the SSU apprehended a woman who was trying to help the aggressor capture Kyiv in the early months of russia’s full-scale invasion.

During March 2022, she provided the enemy with geolocations of AFU units defending the city.

The ruscists were interested in the intelligence on strongholds, checkpoints, and firing positions of Ukrainian heavy artillery.

After the enemy offensive on Kyiv failed, the perpetrator stopped gathering information and laid low to evade justice.

However, the SSU uncovered the traitor, documented her criminal actions and detained her.

According to the investigation, the enemy informant is a local resident who was an agent of russian intelligence.

On the occupiers’ instructions, she drove around Kyiv suburbs in her car and recorded locations of large concentrations of Ukrainian defenders.

The agent paid special attention to firing positions and anti-tank barriers on key highways.

She sent the coordinates to a specially created Telegram bot of the russian intelligence service.

Her handlers used the data to plan offensive operations during the battles for Kyiv.

During the search of the suspect’s home, the SSU found a cell phone that she used for sabotage activities against Ukraine.

Based on the evidence, SSU investigators served the detainee a notice of suspicion under Article 111.2 of the CCU (high treason, committed under martial law).

The suspect is in custody and faces life imprisonment.

The operation was carried out under the procedural supervision of the Prosecutor General’s Office.