Defense News

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Foreign agents spying on U.S. radar in Czech Republic

The planned U.S. radar base 90 km southwest of Prague, has not yet been put up, and it already attracts foreign spies. The radar base together with a base for ten interceptor missiles in Poland are to be elements of the U.S. missile shield. The Czech government is to make the final decision on the radar base by early next year.

Sandor said that besides "official" spies, such as those working under the legal diplomatic cover, there are also "illegals," who pose as businessmen, students and journalists...Full Article.

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