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Poland charges man suspected of spying for Belarus

13.10.2021 10:50
Prosecutors in Poland have charged a man detained by the country’s Internal Security Agency (ABW) and suspected of spying for Belarus, news media reported on Wednesday.
An officer with Polands Internal Security Agency (ABW)
An officer with Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW)Photo: abw.gov.pl

The suspect, a former police and border service officer, has been remanded in custody for three months following a court order, the tvp.info news website reported, citing a spokesman for the National Public Prosecutor's Office.

Stanisław Żaryn, spokesman for Poland’s security services chief, told reporters that the man, a Polish citizen, "has been charged with espionage for the Belarusian intelligence service."

Żaryn also said the detained man served in the Polish police force until 1999 and then worked as a Border Guard officer until his retirement in 2001 with the rank of lieutenant.


Source: IAR, gov.pltvp.info