"The Ukrainian Security Service [SBU] is sure that without all the measures that were undertaken, there would have been further killings, and they would have been impossible to prevent. As long as the investigation is moving ahead, the Prosecutor General's Office will continue to inform the public and the international community about what has been prevented," Klimkin said.
Russian security services use virtually all methods in their activities, Klimkin said. "Russia's destabilization tactics include virtually all measures, and we should be prepared to oppose it," Klimkin said.
Russian writer and war correspondent Arkady Babchenko reportedly died of gunshot wounds to the back after he was attacked entering his apartment in Kyiv’s Dniprovskyi district on May 29.
On May 31, the Shevchenkivskyi district court of Kyiv imposed a 60-day pretrial detention without bail option against Borys Herman suspected of masterminding assassination attempt against Babchenko.