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При этом складывается впечатление, что спецслужбы проводят операции все более открыто. “На мокрые операции снова появился спрос”, – отмечает Эрих Шмидт-Энбом, немецкий эксперт, изучающий деятельность спецслужб. Термин “мокрые операции” – из жаргона КГБ: так обозначали те, в ходе которых может или должна пролиться кровь.

“Спецслужбы больше не стесняются действовать открыто

Для Шмидта-Энбома поворотным моментом стал 2006 год, когда в Лондоне от отравления радиоактивным полонием-210 скончался бывший сотрудник ФСБ Александр Литвиненко, пишет DW.com. Хотя его дело до сих пор не удалось полностью раскрыть, Шмидт-Энбом уверен, что за преступлением стоит ФСБ. Аналогичным способом злоумышленники действовали и в Солсбери, где в начале марта 2018 года Сергей Скрипаль и его дочь Юлия были отравлены нервно-паралитическим веществом “Новичок”.

“Мы видим, что спецслужбы больше не заметают следы, как раньше: в прошлом они, к примеру, устраивали своим жертвам автокатастрофы. Сегодня это слегка вышло из моды – теперь спецслужбы больше не стесняются,” – рассказывает Вольфганг Кригер (Wolfgang Krieger), профессор Марбургcкого университета, изучающий деятельность спецслужб.

Основная мишень российских спецслужб – перебежчики

На взгляд Кригера, инцидент с отравлением Сергея Скрипаля – типичный пример работы российских и советских спецслужб. В основном жертвами подобных атак становятся так называемые перебежчики – агенты российской или советской разведки, которые затем стали сотрудничать с зарубежными спецслужбами.

Перебежчиком можно назвать и Скрипаля, который был двойным агентом: будучи полковником Главного разведывательного управления (ГРУ) Генштаба Минобороны России, он также сотрудничал с британской разведкой МИ-6. В 2004 году Скрипаль был арестован в России по обвинению в госизмене и приговорен к 13 годам лишения свободы.

Однако в 2010 году тогдашний президент РФ Дмитрий Медведев помиловал его и еще трех человек, осужденных за шпионаж, чтобы обменять их на агентов российских спецслужб, арестованных в США. После освобождения Скрипаль получил убежище в Великобритании: он жил с семьей в Солсбери, в небольшом доме, который за 200 тысяч фунтов купила для него британская разведка.

Скрипаль продолжал сотрудничать с МИ-6

По всей видимости, Скрипаль не сидел там сложа руки, отмечает Эрих Шмидт-Энбом. К примеру, в 2012 году он вместе с агентами МИ-6 ездил в Прагу, чтобы помочь местным спецслужбам разоблачить российских шпионов, знакомых ему еще со времен работы в ГРУ. А летом 2016 года Скрипаль был в Таллине и предоставил эстонским спецслужбам информацию, позволившую им разоблачить трех агентов Кремля.

Бывший полковник ГРУ также консультировал испанскую разведку на тему связей русской мафии в Испании с влиятельными политиками в Москве. “Он продолжал сотрудничать с западными спецслужбами, что не нравилось его бывшим коллегам в России“, – резюмирует Шмидт-Энбом.

Следует отметить, что отношения между Москвой и Лондоном традиционно были напряженными. После окончания холодной войны большинство западных разведслужб прекратили проводить операции против СССР, а затем стран СНГ. Однако британская МИ-6 стала исключением, рассказывает Шмидт-Энбом. К примеру, британские спецслужбы активно проявили себя во время чеченской войны. К тому же, именно в Чечне МИ-6 удалось завербовать многих российских перебежчиков, подчеркивает эксперт.

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It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

Despite attempts to stonewall public inquiry, the GRU’s dissection has been clinical. The agency has always had a reputation for daring, bolstered by its affiliation with special forces commando units and agents who have seen live combat.

But in dispatching agents to the Netherlands who could, just using Google, be easily exposed as graduates of an elite GRU academy, the agency appears reckless and absurdly sloppy.

One of the suspected agents, tipped as a “human intelligence source” by Dutch investigators, had registered five vehicles at a north-western Moscow address better known as the Aquarium, the GRU finishing school for military attaches and elite spies. According to online listings, which are not official but are publicly available to anyone on Google, he drove a Honda Civic, then moved on to an Alfa Romeo. In case the address did not tip investigators off, he also listed the base number of the Military-Diplomatic Academy.

That was the same school where Anatoliy Chepiga, the alleged true identity of the Russian suspect in the Salisbury poisoning, finished his education. Viktor Suvorov, a GRU agent who later defected to the west, described the academy as so secret that Soviet citizens could be jailed just for revealing its existence.

The internet has now made it far harder to hide that evidence. But the GRU apparently thought that would not matter.

Meanwhile, most of the alleged agents could be found online.

One of the men, Aleksei Morenets, an alleged hacker, appeared to have set up a dating profile.

Another played for an amateur Moscow football team “known as the security services team” a current player told the Moscow Times. “Almost everyone works for an intelligence agency.” The team rosters are publicly available.

Russia has claimed that the investigations are fake and that researchers are in league with western intelligence. But most of the evidence to uncover the spies was already out there, and conveniently timestamped on social media.

The saga began after May’s announcement last month, when Vladimir Putin ordered the two Salisbury suspects to appear on television. There, the two men fumbled through an awkward story about visiting Salisbury twice to see the cathedral, while an editor for state television suggested that they were gay. Homosexuality is largely treated as taboo in Russia and the government passed a law banning “gay propaganda” in 2013.

It didn’t help. One of the two men was outed as a likely GRU colonel anyway, after online investigators dug up photographs from his military service and leaked passport records.

Along the way, the researchers from Bellingcat and the Insider also recognised that the men were issued sequentially numbered passports by a special division, making it easier for anyone with access to a leaked database to identify them.

And then came Thursday’s bombshell: four men outed by Dutch investigators for attempting to hack into the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (as well as Malaysia’s investigation into a downed jetliner).

The alleged spies were caught carrying enough telephones to fill an electronics store. Moreover, like all meticulous Russians on a business trip, they held on to their taxi receipts from GRU headquarters.

Russia will publicly deny the latest reports and revelations about the alleged GRU agents. It has no other alternative. But the exposure of several consecutive European operations should raise questions about whether Russian military intelligence is being intentionally provocative or has simply gone off the rails.

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It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

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UK is trying to keep EU on a short leash despite Brexit – Lavrov … After groundlessly blaming Russia of the chemical poisoning of former … his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in March, “the British persuaded not everybody, … Lavrov reiterated that Russia has addressed the UK on numerous occasions, offering cooperation in …
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has contrasted the world’s response to the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi with its response to the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal, citing lack of proof in both cases.

Speaking at the annual Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Putin said that despite a lack of evidence proving Russian involvement in the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March, punitive actions were immediately taken against Moscow. In contrast, he said, that did not happen with Riyadh following Khashoggi’s disappearance.

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“There’s no proof in regards to Russia, but steps are taken. Here, people say that a murder happened in Istanbul, but no steps are taken. People need to figure out a single approach to these kinds of problems,” Putin said.

Khashoggi, a journalist who wrote columns that were critical of the Saudi kingdom for the Washington Post, disappeared on October 2 when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents for his planned marriage to a Turkish citizen.

Despite Turkish authorities pinning the blame for Khashoggi’s alleged murder on Riyadh – claiming to have video and audio proof to back it up – the US has been reluctant to point the finger at the Saudis. US President Donald Trump even floated the theory that perhaps “rogue killers” were responsible for the journalist’s disappearance. No such alternative explanations were offered following the Skripals’ poisoning.

Asked whether Moscow would respond to the Khashoggi disappearance, Putin said Russia still did not have enough details to take any action. “Why do we need to take some steps towards the deterioration of our relations if we don’t understand what is happening? But if someone understands and someone believes that the murder occurred, then I hope that some evidence will be provided,” he said.

Trump has been accused by numerous analysts, journalists and politicians of advocating for Riyadh in order to protect the US’ financially beneficial relationship with the Gulf nation. Many have cited Trump’s business ties with Saudis dating back decades.

On the day that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Riyadh to discuss the Khashoggi case, $100 million was transferred to the State Department by Saudi Arabia – part of a long-planned contribution to help stabilize newly liberated regions of Syria. The US, however, denied that the timing of the transfer had anything to do with the diplomatic incident over Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Turkish sources have leaked information to the press, including details from an alleged recording made of Khashoggi’s murder, during which Saudi forensics expert Saleh al-Tubaiqi allegedly dismemberedthe journalist’s body while his colleagues listened to music.

Saudi Arabia has denied claims of involvement. Trump has cast doubt over the existence of the tape, and said he plans to have a discussion with Pompeo following his fact-finding trip to Riyadh and Istanbul earlier this week.

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When the Skripals were poisoned in the English town of Salisbury in March, British intelligence agencies swiftly accused the Kremlin of being responsible and sanctions were slapped on Moscow. British Prime Minister Theresa May led a chorus of international condemnation, expelling 23 Russian diplomats from the country and convincing the US and a slew of European countries to follow suit.

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