2 December 2002 MINSK, 2 December, (Radio Racyja)– Leanid Yerin, the chair of Belarus’ security services, still known as the KGB, told the Russian news agency Mediafact that there are at least 20 professional intelligence officers among U.S. diplomats accredited in Minsk. Yerin said that foreign intelligence services in Belarus are especially interested in the […]

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