Suspected in espionage for Russia detained in Poland

The detained was chosen for a preventive measure in a three-months arrest
17:13, 28 October 2019

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Poland's Internal Security Agency detained a man suspected of spying for Russia. Polskie Radio reported that

According to press secretary of the coordinator minister of the intelligence services Stanislav Zharin, investigators collected the proves of cooperation between Russia and the arrested. 

"During the work of the Internal Security Agency the man was detained who was charged. Then the searches were held, which became the ground for two additional allegations - in illegal weapons and ammunition possession and using of false documents," Zharin stated. 

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The detained was chosen for a preventive measure in a three-months arrest. 

Previously, on October 25, Tu-154 of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation entered the airspace of Estonia without permission.

This was reported on the official website of the Estonian Defense Forces Headquarters.

"The plane was in the airspace of Estonia for less than a minute. The airplane’s transponder was switched on, there was no flight plan. The plane did not have radio communication with Estonian Air Traffic Service," the message states.

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