Friday, February 5, 2010

Ukraine Secret Service averted terrorist attack in Kiev

Interesting, coming just ahead of the second round of voting this weekend.
Someone is trying to unduly inflence the Ukraine vote.
With this latest terrorist coming from Georgia, I would say this is western backed influence....

Ukraine's National Security Service (SBU) prevented on Friday a terrorist attack on Kiev's Independence Square, the Unian news agency reported.

SBU chief Valentyn Nalivaichenko told the Inter TV channel that his service detained a Georgian national, born in 1968, who had TNT and electrical detonators.

Investigators suspect the man had "intended to commit a crime or organize an explosion in one of Kiev's venues for mass events."

The detained man had a Ukrainian passport, and the SBU is checking into how the foreign national received the passport.

Outgoing Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko earlier today put into force a decision of the National Security and Defense Council to enhance security measures for the presidential election's second round slated for Sunday.

Prior to last months first run election: January 2010
Pre-vote stir in Ukraine over mystery Georgians

The sudden arrival of hundreds of Georgians in east Ukraine ahead of presidential elections sparked controversy Saturday with local officials saying they had come to carry out vote fraud.

A group of 379 Georgians had arrived in the eastern main city of Donetsk over the last days, most of them on Thursday and Friday on chartered flights from Tbilisi, said the head of Donetsk city council Nikolai Levchenko.

1 comment:

  1. Well, we all know who has their fingers in Georgia and who has one of the best reputations in passport 'forgery' and who has a rather luke warm feeling about 'said' folks due to their history.