FSB foiled smuggling "Beech" to Ukraine
Mr. Ukraine would like to purchase and illegally withdraw from the RF electronic components for anti-aircraft missile systems S-300 and Buk-M1. The Federal security service has stopped its activities and expelled the man beyond the boundaries of the state.
According to the data available to the FSB, a native of Ukraine Denis Danchenko was going to bypass the established order to purchase electronic components for anti-aircraft missile systems S-300 and Buk-M1 and export to Ukraine masquerading as air conditioning. Information about these components of the elements used in weaponry in Russia, constitute a state secret. Illegal working men was suppressed.
"The foreigner was stopped at the stage when there was not harmed the security of the Russian Federation. In this regard, the native of Ukraine issued an official warning on behalf of the security organs and the decision on expulsion Danchenko outside the Russian Federation", - is told in the news Center of public relations of the Russian FSB. Himself Danchenko after detention upheld own intentions.
Option with Denis Danchenko was not the only attempt of smuggling from Russia to Ukraine components of military equipment, even anti-aircraft missile systems. "In 2014, the FSB often recorded attempts of individuals of Ukraine, acting in the interests of the state company "the Sky of Ukraine", it is illegal to purchase in the area of RF components for anti-aircraft missile systems S-300 and Buk-M1 for further smuggled move to Ukraine", - noted in the FSB.
Therefore, attempts of smuggling deals not separate criminal group or entrepreneurs wishing to gain illegal earnings method to obtain components of domestic anti-aircraft missile complexes tries Ukrainian state company. "Today the Corporation "the Sky of Ukraine is headed by Vladimir Tkachev, who was the commander of the air defense of the defense Ministry of Ukraine in early October 2001, when over the Black sea was shot down Russian plane TU-154, which resulted in the death of 66 passengers and 12 crew members", says the Center of public relations of the FSB.