The FSB detained the top manager of the aircraft plant due to the transfer of drawings to Ukraine
FSB detained a top manager of an aircraft factory in the Moscow region due to the transfer of drawings to Ukraine FSB opened treason case
The FSB officers detained the quality director of an aircraft factory of one of the factories in the capital region on suspicion of sending drawings of aircraft parts to Ukrainians, reported the Public Relations Center of the department.
According to the service, a resident of the Moscow region had access to technical documentation marked “top secret”, photographed fragments of drawings of military aircraft parts, and then handed them over to a citizen of Ukraine— an employee of the Odessa Aviation Plant.
The FSB opened a criminal case under Art. 275 of the Criminal Code (high treason). The maximum penalty under this article— 20 years in prison. The suspect has been taken into custody.
The special service did not name the specific plant where the detainee worked. Aircraft manufacturing enterprises such as the Ukhtomsk Helicopter Plant named after V.I. N.I. Kamov, Experimental Machine-Building Plant named after V.M. Myasishchev, JSC “Moscow Helicopter Plant named after M.L. Mile, a plant for the production of units of JSC “BLMZ”.
The Aviation Complex named after S.V. Ilyushin, Production Complex No. 2 JSC “Russian Aircraft Corporation” MiG “, MPO named after I. Rumyantsev, Tushino Machine-Building Plant, Aircraft Engine Scientific and Technical Complex” Soyuz “, JSC” Scientific and Production Center for Gas Turbine Building “Salyut”, MMP them. Chernysheva.
Since the beginning of Russia's hostilities in Ukraine, the FSB has repeatedly reported Russian suspicions of helping Ukrainians.
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On July 1, FSB officers found a Russian citizen who donated money to the international charitable foundation Come Back Alive. in Ukraine. The money went to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the purchase of electronic surveillance equipment, drones, communications equipment and for military training. The special service saw signs of treason in the actions of the Russian. The Russian got off with a warning. In mid-August, the FSB issued a warning to three residents of the capital region who transferred money to the same fund.
On August 19, the special service detained a Russian with the pseudonym Archiv in Krasnodar. The security forces called him “an agent of the SBU” and suspected illegal collection and transmission of information abroad. They opened a case under the article on treason.
At the end of the month, the FSB warned a student of the military department of one of the St. Petersburg universities against contacting the Ukrainian special services. He had access to state secrets and contacted a representative of the SBU in order to provide financial and other assistance to one of the Ukrainian volunteer paramilitary associations.
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