Russian ‘espionage ring’ exposed after sneaking into Poland with nine ‘spies’ detained
The group of alleged pro-Russia spies is believed to have entered Poland from Belarus in a bid to sabotage supplies for Ukraine.
Russians believed to be spies working for Putin to tamper with Ukrainian supply lines have been caught in Poland. Polish authorities said on Thursday that the nation’s security services detained nine members of a Russian espionage ring, alleging they were preparing acts of sabotage in Poland and had been monitoring railroad routes used for the transport of weapons into Ukraine.
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