According to the counterintelligence data obtained, the planned meeting of the head of the European Solidarity party, MP Petro Poroshenko, with the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán, was planned to be used by the Russian special services in their PSYOP against Ukraine.
This was reported on Saturday, December 2, in the press service of the SBU.
The report says that the Security Service of Ukraine and the intelligence agencies of Ukraine have received information about the preparation of provocations in the international arena by Russian special services against Ukraine. To this end, the Russian Federation plans to use "working meetings" of Ukrainian politicians with representatives of states that broadcast pro-Russian narratives.
The SBU recalled that Viktor Orbán "systematically expresses an anti-Ukrainian position, is a 'friend of Putin'" and calls for the lifting of sanctions against the Russian Federation.
"The main goal of the enemy is to reduce the support of foreign partners and try to split Ukrainian society from within," the SBU said.
According to the plan of the special services of the Russian Federation, the report says, the large-scale PSYOP should lead to a change in the mood in the partner countries of the anti-Russian coalition and encourage representatives of the Ukrainian political elite to proclaim narratives about the need for a negotiation process with the Russian Federation on the terms of freezing the war.
"The Security Service of Ukraine appealed to the Office of the President, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine with a proposal to take into account information about the enemy's plans when organizing and coordinating foreign business trips of Ukrainian delegations. Therefore, the leadership of the Verkhovna Rada did not grant permission for a business trip abroad to the Ukrainian deputy, which was supposed to become a tool in the hands of the Russian special services," the SBU explained.
The Ukrainian special service recalled that according to the legislation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the main executive body in the formation and implementation of state policy in the field of foreign relations of Ukraine.
Recall that the day before, the fifth president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, could not go abroad. According to him, he had scheduled meetings with Polish and American partners. The spokesman of the State Border Guard Service, Andriy Demchenko, said that the foreign business trip of ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko was canceled.