Internal Security Agency spokesman Stanisław Żaryn said the two suspects were also interacting with organised crime and that “the actions of the Russians are aimed at using information tools to attack Poland and carry out activities against the interests of the Republic of Poland.”
Agents from the Internal Security Agency, ABW, seized explosives and firearms, including a home-made submachine gun and ammunition during a raid on an apartment of the men who are said to have been planning an attack similar to that carried out by Anders Breivik, the perpetrator of the 2011 Norway attacks, and Brenton Tarrant, an Australian responsible for a massacre of Muslims in a New Zealand mosque.
Agents from Poland's Internal Security Agency have detained a Russian citizen, on the wanted list since 2016, on suspicion of running an organised crime ring.
Poland's Internal Security Agency has detained two Iraqis, a father and son, for allegedly financing the ISIS terrorist organisation, PAP has learnt.
A 61-year-old Lebanese man detained in April at the request of the Internal Security Agency (ABW) has been deported to Lebanon, the press officer of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator, Stanisław Żaryn, has told PAP.
Investigators from the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) and the Internal Security Agency (ABW) raided the property of the former high ranking officer in Poland’s communist-era security service where they found files detailing the activities of communist-era agents operating overseas.
Poland's Border Guard and Internal Security Agency (ABW) detained, on April 16, a Lebanese citizen suspected of terrorist activities, the spokesperson of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator, Stanisław Żaryn, said on Monday.
The interior minister shared the Internal Security Agency's (ABW) concerns and decided to expel Anton T., a Swedish national, from Poland on security grounds, with immediate effect, spokesman for the special services coordinator has told PAP.
A Russian woman has been detained for hybrid actions targeting Poland. The woman, referred to as Jekaterina C, was detained by the Internal Security Agency (ABW) on May 17. She is due to be extradited – and banned from returning to Poland.
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