19 February 2002 KALININGRAD, 19 February (BNS)–The Russian Federation’s security service, the FSB [former KGB], reports that last year it uncovered five foreigners acting as intelligence agents in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad. Two other foreigners were proclaimed personae non grata. Sergei Varzavia, the chief of the FSB’s Kaliningrad division, said intelligence services from NATO […]

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