DPR claims: SBU monitored the work of the Greek consulate in Mariupol

The Headquarters of the Territorial Defense of the DPR claims that employees of the Security Service of Ukraine monitored the work of not only the Greek consulate, but also representatives of Greek cultural centers in Mariupol, including listening.

The message published in the Telegram channel of the headquarters says:

Employees of the SBU tell how they monitored the work of the Greek consulate and representatives of Greek cultural centers in Mariupol: listening, controlling the movements of representatives of the consulate. All this, of course, was done behind closed doors, in violation of the human right to privacy.

The report also notes that as a result of this activity, Greek citizens who are in the Donbass were involved in the provocations of the Security Service, their lives and freedom were endangered. The headquarters published a video where a woman who introduced herself as Yekaterina Tseparenko says that she worked in the operational and technical department of the Security Service, quotes GreekReporter:

For two years I was listening to representatives of the Greek consulate, namely: the consul, the Consul General of Greece in Mariupol, his deputy, translator, head of the Federation of Greek Societies of Ukraine.



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