Ukrainian law enforcers upscale security measures in Kyiv due to terrorist attack danger

Ukrainian law enforcers upscale security measures in Kyiv due to terrorist attack dangerKhreshchatyk, Kyiv’s main street in the downtown city, will be shut off on November, 15, due to the increased danger of terrorist attack in the Ukrainian capital. Andriy Kryshchenko, the Chief of the Head Department of the National Police in Kyiv, told to 112 Ukraine TV channel.

‘We are the state at war. There is a significant level of threat of a terrorist attack. We expect a large number of people; we will do everything it takes for everyone to stay safe and sound. We will shut off Khreshchatyk street in the morning of November, 15; metal detectors will be set. This is standard procedure, and we hope citizens will show enough understanding. The K-9 service and pyrotechnicians will examine sites of public actions that are slated for November 15 and 17. The Security Service will elaborate, too,’ Kryshchenko said.

Today, November, 14, the National Police of Ukraine and the National Guard switch to the enhanced patrol mode due to the high level of terrorist threat.

The public protests in Kyiv are slated for November 15 and 17; bank depositors and those protesting against the rise of social tariffs will participate. According to the SBU, Ukraine’s state security service, it is Russian presidential counsellor Vladislav Surkov who might be behind the plan to destabilise the political situation in Ukraine during these protests. Surkov’s e-mail inbox, which contained respective records, was hacked by the Ukrainian secret services earlier.

According to the law enforcers, the operation offered by Surkov includes mass protests across Ukraine aimed to discredit the state governmental agencies and to hold the early parliamentary election. Russia might use the election to increase its lobby in the new Ukrainian parliament and tear down the Ukraine’s European integration process.
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