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Poland, an ally of Ukraine, is also an important hub for arms shipments to Kiev, Reuters reported. Poland has found the country a frequent target of Russian destabilization.
Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski said at a press conference: “Recently, the Internal Security Agency (Internal Security Agency) detained nine people on suspicion of collusion with Russian intelligence agencies.”
The suspects are foreigners from countries east of Poland.
“These suspects are involved in intelligence activities against Poland and are ready to conduct sabotage operations at the request of Russian intelligence services.”
Kaminsky said six of them have been charged with spying for Russia and participating in organizing a criminal group, and the trial of the other three taken into custody yesterday is ongoing.
“ISS officials confiscated cameras, electronic equipment and GPS transmitters intended to be installed on vehicles carrying assistance to Ukraine,” Kaminsky said.
This organization was also required to engage in propaganda activities to undermine relations between Poland and Ukraine, and was paid for.
A private radio station RMF FM reported yesterday that Polish intelligence agencies had arrested six people suspected of spying for Russia. RMF FM reported that the Polish authorities seized the camera near the Jesenka airport near Rzeszów. Gasienka Airport is an important transshipment point for the transportation of arms and ammunition in Ukraine.
Polish President Andrzej Duda met with CIA Director William Burns yesterday. The Polish president’s office said the two discussed the security situation.
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