A Russian hockey player-spy was detained in Poland

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A Russian spy hockey player was detained in Poland

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Polish special services successfully detained yet another Russian spy who was a member of a network working for the Russian Federation. This was announced on Twitter by the Minister of Justice – Prosecutor General of Poland Zbigniew Zyobro.

< em>Russian spies are exposed one by one! Another success of the investigation of the National Prosecutor's Office and the Internal Security Agency. They caught a spy who acted under the guise of an athlete. The Russian was a player of the 1st league club. This is already the 14th detained member of the spy network we discovered.

On June 11, Maxim Sergeev, a famous professional hockey player who played in the first league, was detained in the Silesian Voivodeship, located in the south of Poland. Polish hockey championship. According to information obtained from the National Prosecutor's Office of Poland, he was involved in conducting intelligence operations on critical infrastructure in several Polish voivodships.

Prepared by Serhiy Daga