Another Russian spy was detained in Poland: he was collecting data on critical infrastructure

Olga GanyukovaLife
The court arrested the spy for 3 months

Another Russian spy who collected data on critical infrastructure was detained in Poland. He faces up to 10 years in prison.

It is reported by RMF24. According to the Gdańsk District Prosecutor's Office, the foreigner has been in Poland since January.

He was detained last Tuesday, and the court arrested the spy for 3 months.

It has been established that the man collected and transmitted information to the Russian special services, including information about critical infrastructure in the Pomeranian andKuyavian-Pomeranianvoivodeships and the activities of security services.

During interrogation, the detainee confessed to spying for Russia. He also described the circumstances of his recruitment by Russian intelligence.

The prosecutor's office does not disclose details about the detained man (his age, nationality, etc.) and the circumstances under which he was detained.

In addition, Deputy Minister Coordinator of Special Services Stanisław Żaryn said that on March 1, another foreigner who worked for the Belarusian special services was detained. He was also arrested for 3 months.

"The collected materials indicate that the suspect was conducting reconnaissance of objects important for the security of the Republic of Poland, including those related to the Armed Forces of Poland," Zharin said.

Recall that the Polish intelligence agencies exposed a spy network working for Russia. A group of intruders was to prepare for sabotage on instructions from Moscow.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Polish Minister of the Interior Administration Mariusz Kamiński confirmed the exposure in the country of a network of Russian spies who were preparing for sabotage. In particular, they planned to block supplies of Western equipment and weapons to Ukraine.

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