Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW), the police and rail companies have launched an investigation into a series of recent incidents on Polish railways, a senior security official has said.
Russia’s intelligence agencies established a network of "amateur" agents in Poland to carry out operations including sabotage, assassination and arson, the Washington Post newspaper reported in an article published on Friday.
A senior Polish security official has told PAP that media reports of a Polish element to last year's explosion that damaged the Nord Stream natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea play into the hands of Russian propagandists.
Polish law enforcement services have cracked a Russian spy network, a national radio station has reported.
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The Polish prime minister has described leaks in the Nord Stream gas pipelines, which lie beneath the Baltic, as “disturbing”, adding that they may well have been caused “by an act of sabotage”.
After the outbreak of war the athletic and multilingual Jerzy Iwanow-Szajnowicz helped Polish refugees in Thessaloniki but his talents were soon spotted by Polish and British intelligence. Following the German invasion of Greece, a British submarine transported him back to Greek territory where he would begin his remarkable career.
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