Emergency Statement by Joint Coordination Headquarters of Russian Federation for Humanitarian Response in Ukraine
By MoD Russia
◽️ The Security Service of Ukraine is preparing for a large-scale provocation in the next few days to discredit Russia’s activity within the ‘grain deal’, and to accuse of creating ‘shortage of food’ in Ukraine.
◽️ In Karaichnoye (Kharkov region), the Ukrainian intelligence service is planting mines in a granary. After its explosion, the Russian Federation will be accused of the allegedly ‘intentional elimination of grain stocks in Ukraine’, ‘sparking starvation’, and therefore ‘disrupting the grain deal’. Western media will present this incident as ‘another atrocity committed by Russian forces’ that requires a ‘harsh response of the international community’.
◽️ A group of up to 30 Ukrainian professionals in explosives and employees of the Security Service of Ukraine arrived to Volchansk (Kharkov region) for preparing the sabotage.
◽️ The granary is owned by V. Uvarov, a non-staff employee of the Security Service of Ukraine. There are also identification data for A. Tkachuk, the chief of the group, and all of its members as well as their current location: in the military commissariat of Volchansk (Dukhovnaya st., 29).
◽️ In the wake of Ukrainian army’s failures, and on the eve of the meeting of the NATO defence ministers in Ramstein (Germany) on 20 January, these resounding provocations are used by Kiev authorities to put more pressure on the opinion of Western countries for achieving large-scale supplies of modern armaments and hardware for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.