The arrest last week of a ‘dangerous’ spy network in Poland is the latest in the country’s secret war against Russian intelligence since Putin’s troops attacked Ukraine.
Nine people detained by Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW) on suspicion of spying for Russia had not been operating for long in the country, the government commissioner for information security told PAP on Monday.
Three more people have been arrested in an ongoing case concerning spying for Russia, PAP has learned from the National Prosecution Office.
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Poland’s Internal Security Agency (ABW) has arrested six people on suspicion of cooperating with the Russian security services, the Polish interior minister said on Thursday.
Polish law enforcement services have cracked a Russian spy network, a national radio station has reported.
Daniel Obajtek, the CEO of PKN Orlen, Poland's state-owned fuel corporation, never cooperated with the Polish internal security services, the company has said.