Results of the polygraph test for Azov-Crimea Civil Corps Chief Stanislav Krasnov have revealed that he collected intelligence information and supplied it to Russian secret services in exchange for money, Chief of Ukraine's Security Service Vasyl Hrytsak said.
According to the polygraph test, Krasnov also received salary from Russian secret services, as well as funds to organize terror attacks in Ukraine, Hrytsak said.
Krasnov concealed his activities from Ukrainian security services in the interests and on the instructions of the Russian secret services, the SBU chief added.
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Besides, Krasnov and his agent discussed organization of terror attacks in Kyiv city center, namely an explosion in the building of SBU Main Directorate. They also mentioned bombing of Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada, Cabinet of ministers, as well as Presidential administration.
Krasnov also handed a gun to a Russian citizen who used it during the so-called Russian Spring in Mykolaiv, Hrytsak said, referring to testimony.