The Babchenko case: suspect tells Russia prepares a full-scale attack against Ukraine 06/18/2018 16:07:51. Total views 705. Views today — 0.

The suspect in the organization of the assassination attempt on journalist Arkadiy Babchenko, Boris Herman, said that the Russians are planning a "full-scale attack" in Ukraine. This was said right before the Kyiv Court of Appeal session, RBK-Ukraina reports.

"There were 47 names on the list that was given to me. Avakov Jr. was there, but no Babchenko. They plan full-scale aggression, this is 100% information", - Herman told. However, he did not respond to the question of when this full-scale aggression is planned.

As reported earlier, on May 31, the Shevchenkivskyi District Court of Kyiv decided to detain Boris Herman, suspected of organizing an assassination attempt on journalist Babchenko. Later, on June 11, the court postponed consideration of the appeal for the arrest of Herman to June 18, 2018. On June 15, the SBU detained the suspect. Then it was reported that Herman, at the orders of Vyacheslav Pivovarnik, financed and provided logistics for a group of citizens of Ukraine, who in Rostov-on-Don (Russia) were instructed and trained to carry out terrorist acts.