- Two Russians expelled from Poland received information from Marek W.
- Today, the Warsaw Court arrested Marek W., an energy minister accused of spying for Russia, until 21 June
- – According to ABW, Marek W He kept in touch with the officers of special services of the Russian Federation – said Żaryn
today. "They received information from him about important energy projects for Poland," he says. Remember today, until 21
The district court in Warsaw announced today that the arrest on Saturday was decided by the district court of Warsaw-Śródmieście. A prosecutor of the Department of Organized Crime and Corruption of the Warsaw Public Prosecutor's Office applied for a three-month detention on Friday.
the prosecutor's office accused the act of art. 130 pairs 1 of the Criminal Code, that is, they accused us of espionage. The person participating in activity of the Foreign Intelligence Service against the Republic of Poland is subject to the penalty of imprisonment from one year to ten years – this article is Kk.
According to the court information, W. was on Friday at 6:05 in the morning and in accordance with the decision of the court will remain in detention at least until June 21 – also up to an hour.
Earlier, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor, Ewa Bialik, said that the prosecutor's office does not file or take action against W. because of the secret nature of the case
– According to ABW, Marek W. maintained contacts with special task forces of the Russian Federation and Russia Information on investments that are relevant to the interests of the Republic of Poland – said the spokesman of the Minister of Special Services, Stanisław Żaryn.
He explained that Marek W. worked as an official of an economic department in his profession, the tasks included strategic projects for the Polish energy infrastructure projects and the procurement of EU funds for the needs of diversification program of gas supply from Russia
Zaryn has not specifies in which ministry Marek W. was active The gas market falls under the responsibility of the Ministry of Energy, which does not comment on training for the detention of Marek W.
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