FSB arrests three accused of plotting 'acts of sabotage' in the Crimea

Russia’s Federal Security Service, the FSB, arrested three individuals who are accused of belonging to a group that had allegedly plotted to commit acts of sabotage on Russian military facilities in the Crimea, Interfax reported.

The FSB’s Public Relations Center accused the three individuals of workings for Ukrainian intelligence services.

“On November 9th, the FSB detained members of a terrorist group linked to the Main Directorate of Intelligence the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine who planned to commit acts of sabotage on the military infrastructure and life support of the Crimean peninsula,” the FSB announced.

The FSB claimed that explosive devices, weapons, ammunition, and maps of Russian military facilities had been seized from the suspects.

  Russia, Ukraine, Crimea