According to a colleague diana_mihailova , Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine Colonel-General Mikhail Koval, who was Acting Minister of Defense of Ukraine from March to July 2014, during testimony in the Obolonsky District Court of Kyiv on the case of the "treason" of the former president Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych quoted figures of the number of servicemen of the Ukrainian armed forces and other Ukrainian law enforcement agencies who refused to leave the Crimea during its accession to the Russian Federation in 2014.
"The Armed Forces of Ukraine (then numbered in the Crimea) - 15,468 troops, the National Guard - 2,560, the State Border Service - 1970, the SBU, the officers - 1614, the UGO - 527, the State Space Agency - 274 servicemen.
From February to May 2014 on the mainland of Ukraine came from all of these 20,315 people, totaling 6010 military personnel, including 3990 Ukrainian Armed Forces, 1177 National Guard, 579 SSUs, 242 SBUs, 20 UGOs, and 60 State Space Agency.
I own such figures, "he said. Koval, responding to questions from Yanukovych's lawyer Vitaly Serdyuk about how many servicemen became a faithful [Ukrainian] sworn in Crimea.
% of Ukrainian Forces in Crimea that remained loyal.
Armed Forces - 25.8%
National Guard - 43.6%
Border Guard - 29.4%
SBU (Security Service) - 15%
UGO (Guard Service?) - 3.8%
Space - 21.9%