In Mariupol, they found a letter with threats from Ukrainian intelligence due to the use of the Russian language

A letter with threats to the leadership of the Mariupol football club was found in the building of the Security Service of Ukraine in Mariupol due to the use of the Russian language, RIA Novosti reported.

The name and surname of one of the authors of the document were indicated in the lower left corner of the information message. The nickname is transcribed in Russian. Above the surname, the Ukrainian intelligence officer wrote corrections by hand, and the Russian form of writing the surname was changed to Ukrainian. Next to the corrected heading, the officer wrote the following cautionary phrase: “If I see something like this, I will upset you. It is necessary to carry out explanatory work to warn others.”

The letter is dated April 8, 2019. As for the commentary of the Ukrainian intelligence officer, it is dated April 10, i.e. next day.
Source: RIA Novosti

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