Russian FSB claims to have foiled the schemes of Ukrainian agents “Oleg” and “Pavlo”

An attempted arson attack on the (only) Russian aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsovin Murmansk, and three targeted attacks against defense officials in Moscow foiled. This Wednesday, July 10, the Russian media once again relayed the exploits of the FSB, Russia’s powerful internal security services, against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine.

According to the FSB press service, a man who gave his name as “Oleg” contacted one of the sailors serving on the aircraft carrier on the WhatsApp messaging service in March, reports – among other headlines – the daily life Izvestia, close to the Kremlin. “Oleg” tries to persuade the Russian military man to cause a fire on the aircraft carrier in exchange for a financial reward and false papers allowing him to flee to Finland. The exchange continues for several months. But the Russian sailor has done, according to the military correspondent of the Komsomolskaya Pravda, “The only thing to do in this situation was to contact the counterintelligence agents.”.

And so it is the FSB which takes charge of its exchanges with

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