A Belarusian citizen was detained by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) on charges of blowing up two freight trains, Radio Svoboda reported. The Belarusian allegedly admitted that he worked for the Ukrainian secret services.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced the detention of a citizen Belarus suspected of blowing up two freight trains in Eastern Siberia – writes Radio Svoboda on Thursday.
According to the FSB, the suspect allegedly blew up two trains on the Baikal-Amur line. The Belarusian allegedly admitted that he worked for the Ukrainian secret services.
Ukrainian media wrote that the Security Service was involved in the explosions Ukraine (SBU). This has not been officially confirmed.
Radio Svoboda writes that the explosions on the Baikal-Amur Railway occurred in the longest railway tunnel Russia and its vicinity at the end of November. Fuel tankers were blown up. Due to the explosions, trains through the tunnel were suspended. It was assured that no one was injured.
As Radio Svoboda emphasizes, the Baikal-Amur Railway is actively used by Russia to trade with China. The tracks also serve, among others, for military transports.
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