According to the former deputy head of the Military Counterintelligence Service, Maciej Matysiak, in addition to collecting information on the number of vehicles and types of equipment entering Ukraine, Russian agents could prepare sabotage.
Polish intelligence agencies have revealed a spy network working for the Russian Federation. Six people who were supposed to carry out subversive activities were detained. A high alert mode has been introduced on railways and critical infrastructure facilities. It is reported by the Polish radio RMF24.
According to journalists, all the detainees are foreigners. Recordings of hidden surveillance cameras on important roads and railway junctions helped stop their activities.
Suspicious activity was recorded mainly on sections of the railway tracks of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship, including the airport area in Jasionka near Rzeszow, the main transshipment point through which Western weapons are delivered to Ukraine.
The Polish special services and police are working in an enhanced mode, additional forces have been brought in to protect key infrastructure facilities.
According to the former deputy head of the Military Counterintelligence Service (SKB) Maciej Matysiak, the suspects’ primary task was to collect information, but it is quite possible that they were preparing sabotage.
First of all, data were collected on the number of vehicles and types of equipment coming to Ukraine from Western countries. This was necessary in order to assess the volume of military aid supplied or to carry out sabotage.
Earlier, Focus reported that, according to French journalists, after the shelling of Chasov Yar with phosphorus bombs, a fire broke out in an area the size of a football field.
Recall that the fighter of the Armed Forces of Ukraine told where another decisive battle for Bakhmut will take place. There is a movement of Russians towards the Liman, and it is the advance to the north that can contribute to the capture of Kramatorsk and Slavyansk.
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