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Poland detains suspected spy for Russia

23.03.2022 09:00
Poland’s Internal Security Agency (ABW) has detained a man suspected of spying for Russia, officials said on Wednesday.
Polands internal security agency (ABW) has detained a man suspected of spying for Russia, officials said on Wednesday.
Poland’s internal security agency (ABW) has detained a man suspected of spying for Russia, officials said on Wednesday.PAP/Jacek Turczyk

The individual, an employee with Warsaw’s Civil Registration Office, was detained on March 17 and officially charged with espionage, the state PAP news agency reported.

A court has issued a three-month arrest order and the man faces up to 15 years in prison, officials told reporters. 

Stanisław Żaryn, the spokesman for Poland’s security services, told PAP on Wednesday that the detainee had been copying data and passing it on to Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR RF).

Due to his work duties, the man had access to the archives of the Civil Registration Office and those of the city of Warsaw, Żaryn said.

He added: “Given the nature of the documentation collected by these units, the suspect’s actions posed a threat to the internal and external security of Poland.”

Wednesday is day 28 of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.


Source: PAP, gov.pl