Chief Rabbi of Ukraine claims to have evidence of NABU’s surveillance in Kyiv Synagogue

The surveillance by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) officers in the Kyiv Synagogue was established with a probability of 99.97%. Chief Rabbi of Ukraine Moshe Reuven Asman wrote this on his Facebook page, according to Ukrayinska Pravda.

"Today, the statement by the NABU that the surveillance of the Jewish community was actually carried out, however, by another law enforcement body, was published in the media ... However, the video recently published in the media is not complete. We have carefully checked the information, the photo and video recordings published on the Internet,” he said.


The Rabbi claims that during the inspection, including with the technical assistance of Israeli colleagues, using the method of recognizing persons and images with the latest Anyvision system, the reviewers found that the presented photos with a probability of 99.97% corresponded to such persons as Korban Yaroslav and Danchishina Iryna.

According to the Rabbi, both Korban and Dancishina are NABU employees.

"The expertise was held to determine the IP addresses from which security attacks were launched, and video surveillance was temporarily disabled,” Moshe Reuven Asman wrote.

He added that the Jewish community, in the interest of the country's security, is ready to accept proposals for a meeting with all competent persons.

“This situation has already been taken under control at the highest national and international level,” assured the Rabbi.

In October, the Jewish community of Kyiv appealed to law enforcement officers, claiming that the National Anti-Corruption Bureau is following the Synagogue of Kyiv. The Bureau refuted the information.

On November 15, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau said that the staff of another law enforcement agency kept the Synagogue in Kyiv under surveillance.


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