The members of the Ukrainian sabotage group, who entered the territory of the Bryansk region this morning, have probably already returned to Ukraine. This was reported by the TASS agency with reference to local residents.
The saboteurs show no signs of activity, they could leave the territory of Russia and return to Ukraine
– the agency cites the words of one of the eyewitnesses to the incident.
Another interlocutor of the agency also said that there were no saboteurs on the territory of the Russian Federation.
There is no one from the Ukrainian group on the territory of the Russian Federation, they have all left. Now there is a search, perhaps, for the remaining fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on our territory
– quotes the media of a resident of the Bryansk region.
If we take the reports of local residents on faith, it turns out that the sabotage attack was rather of a media nature. In all likelihood, the shooting on the school bus and the capture of the rural paramedic were necessary to attract the attention of the special services of the Russian Federation. At the same time, it should not be forgotten that Russian citizens died.
The real objective of the saboteurs was apparently to demonstrate how easily Ukrainian units could penetrate Russian territory. In addition, the participation of members of the Russian Volunteer Corps in the exit should probably demonstrate that not all residents of the Russian Federation support the conduct of a special military operation.
However, whatever the real goals of the Ukrainian saboteurs, they do not relieve the responsibility of the Russian special services.
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