Putin suffers huge security blunder as Ukraine publishes names and numbers of 600 Kremlin spies ‘involved in invasion’
THE names and phone numbers of more than 600 Russian spies have been published by Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin’s spooks have suffered a massive and embarrassing security blunder, the latest in Russian’s faltering invasion of its neighbour.
In total, the details of 620 Russians working for the FSB spy agency “involved in criminal activities” were released by Ukraine’s Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine.
Incredibly the mobile phone numbers and car licence plates are revealed by the Ukrainians.
Their work addresses are revealed, with many of them based at the FSB’s Lubyanka headquarters in Moscow.
The infamous building was previously the headquarters of the Soviet KGB, the predecessor of the FSB, and its name continues to strike fear into Russians.
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