Ukraine’s defense intelligence ministry released a list of more than 600 alleged Russian spies working in Europe in an apparent attempt to burn them and weaken Russia’s intelligence operations across the continent.
The intelligence wing of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine released the “list of employees of the FSB of the Russian Federation registered at the address: Moscow, St. Bolshaya Lubyanka” on Monday. The FSB is the successor agency to the KGB, Russia’s notorious spy arm.
Fox News has not authenticated the list.
One alleged FSB agent has a Skype address including the phrase “jamesbond007,” along with the characters “DB9,” referring to Bond’s Aston Martin. Another agent reportedly has a taste for “premium cars,” while a third is a heavy drinker who “systematically violates traffic regulations.”
A former head of the British intelligence agency MI6 warned that only “10 per cent” of Russia’s operations across Europe have been uncovered, The Telegraph reported.
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