He also had 5000 rounds of ammunition and 125 kg of TNT explosives. He targeted several religious buildings including a synagogue and a mosque, major highways and tax agency building, according Vasyl Hrytsak, the head of the Ukrainian Security Service.Moutaux was arrived in Ukraine in December 2015 and “under the guise of volunteering began to establish contacts with representatives of some military units in the east of our country.” Ukraine’s Security Service lasted for about six months following suspect’s every step. The suspect wanted to protest his government’s immigration policies and the spread of Islam. He planned attacks on bridges, railways and other infrastructure for the tournament. Extremist attacks are a major concern for French authorities as they prepare to host the tournament at stadiums in the Paris area and eight French other cities through July 10.