The SBU detained a female FSB agent with the call sign "007" in Zaporozhye

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SBU counterintelligence detained a Russian agent who arrived in Zaporozhye under the guise of a volunteer

A resident of the temporarily captured Pologovsky district of the Zaporozhye region was recruited by the Russian special services at the beginning of a full-scale invasion.

From her Russian curator, she received the call sign "007" and instructions on reconnaissance and subversive activities in the region: under the guise of a volunteer, she performed the tasks of the Russian Federation to identify the deployment of units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was reported by the Security Service of Ukraine in Telegram.

To disguise her criminal actions, the henchwoman of the aggressors presented herself as a local volunteer. In the temporarily occupied territory, through her personal connections, she collected data on the participants of the partisan movement in the south for their further identification, the SBU reported.

The next hostile task of the agent was to establish contacts with the Ukrainian defenders in order to establish the places of deployment and movement of units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. To do this, she left the temporarily occupied territory in Zaporozhye.

She planned to transfer the received coordinates, as well as data on the number of personnel and equipment of the defense forces, to the invaders through a specially created anonymous Telegram channel, the SBU said.

Employees of the SBU promptly exposed and neutralized the intruder.

Investigators of the Security Service informed her of suspicion of high treason committed under martial law. The court chose her a measure of restraint in the form of detention, summed up the SBU.

Recall, the media previously reported that the role of the next agent "007" in the "James Bond" film universe can be played by a woman.

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