Defense News

Friday, October 12, 2007

Over 300 foreign spies are unmasked in Russia

For the past four years Russian special services have exposed over 300 foreign spies and intelligence agents. Among the unmasked spies there are 35 Russian citizens. All the spies have been sentenced long.

This year two Russian citizens have been found guilty of treason. One of them, former military man Shabaturov, worked for an intelligence service of a western European country and revealed the information concerning a number of agents of the Russian military intelligence. In September a former member of the research Institute of the Russian Defense Ministry has been sentenced for the same crime.


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