Poland arrests suspected Russia spy near Ukrainian border


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The Polish Internal Security Agency (ABW) has arrested an alleged Russian spy near the border with Ukraine.

The man, a Spanish citizen with a Russian background, purportedly worked for the Russian intelligence agency GRU, the ABW said on Friday.

He was arrested in the night of Feb. 28, in Przemysl, near the Polish-Ukrainian border after the onset of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

He had been in the area for several days, the report said.

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Allegedly accredited as a journalist, he had found information that, “if used by the Russian secret service could have negative effects on the internal and external security, as well as the defence capability,’’ of Poland, the ABW stated.

He was said to have planned to travel to Ukraine and continue working as a Russian agent there.

The man is being prosecuted for actions on behalf of a foreign intelligence agency with the…

Source: Vanguard Newspaper