Ukraine's military intelligence service has released the names and contact details of 620 people who claim to be Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) agents involved in “criminal activities” in Europe.
The agency Reuters was unable to verify this information. Russia has not yet commented on the list.
In a Russian-language post on its official website, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's intelligence service lists the names of people it claims are working for FSB and are registered at the headquarters of this service, in Moscow.
These “Russian FSB employees” are involved in “criminal activities” in Europe, according to Kyiv, without giving further details about the alleged crimes they committed. The post is accompanied by a photo of the FSB headquarters in Moscow.
This service succeeded the infamous KGB after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Source: ΑΠΕ – ΜΠΕ
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