Russian Federal Security Service agents protesting Russia’s invasion of neighboring Russia reportedly informed Ukraine’s National Defense Security Council about the assassination plan.
President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, survived three assassination attempts last week by two separate groups known as ‘Wagners’, made up of mercenaries backed by the Moscow regime and Chechnya’s special paramilitary forces. This information was published by the British newspaper The Times on this Friday. According to the publication, the assassination attempts were interrupted by agents opposing the invasion of Russia In the neighboring country from within the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), formerly known as the KGB.
The Times also cites a source close to the Wagner group, who admits he found it “interesting” how well-informed the security team guarding Zelensky was. Ukrainian National Defense Security Council secretary Oleksey Danilov told local television that Russian spies alerted him of the assassination plan. In addition, last Saturday, the 26th, an assassination attempt on Zelensky on the outskirts of Kyiv was foiled. According to the country’s security agents, a team of Chechen assassins was “eliminated” before reaching the head of state. According to Ukrainian officials, information about the collapse of Chechens came from FSB agents.
*With EFE information