Today, on June 3, the Security Service of Ukraine released information about the detention of a man who was informed about the suspicion that he was an agent of the so-called “Ministry of State Security of the DPR.”
The detainee provided transport services to the Charitable Fund “Right to Protection” (R2P) as private contractor. Prior to concluding the agreement, the Fund inspected the potential vendor according to the standard procedure.
Throughout the term of cooperation, our organization had no complaints about the quality and timing of the tasks specified in the agreement. The provision of services did not provide access to information related to the Fund’s program activities.
Charitable Fund “Right to Protection” (R2P) does not have information about the activities of the detained person outside the cooperation provided for in our agreement and is ready to provide all necessary information for the investigation.
Fund has been operating in Ukraine for almost 10 years and provides legal support to refugees, asylum seekers, stateless persons, and those at risk of statelessness, and for the last seven years to people affected by the conflict in the East. We work exclusively in the territory controlled by the Government of Ukraine within the current Ukrainian legislation.