Ukraine intelligence publishes names of 620 alleged Russian agents in Europe

All 620 agents are registered at the same address - Bolshaya Lubyanka Street in Moscow, the address of FSB, the former KGB.

Ukraine’s military intelligence on Monday (28 March) published the names and contact details of 620 people it alleged were officers of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) involved in “criminal activities” in Europe.

The information could not be independently verified. Russia did not immediately comment on the list of names.

In a post in Russian on its official website, the intelligence arm of the Ukrainian defence ministry listed people it said were FSB employees registered at the agency’s headquarters in Moscow.

“Employees of the FSB of Russia involved in the criminal activities of the aggressor-state in Europe,” it said, without sharing further details on the alleged crimes.

It provided the names under a photo of the Moscow headquarters of the FSB, a successor to the Soviet-era KGB security police.

The names appear to be of Russian nationals. Next to the names there is data that the Ukrainian special service claims to contain date of birth, passport, address registration, debts, SIM cards, modems, cars, special remarks and more. All 620 agents are registered at the same address – Bolshaya Lubyanka Street in Moscow, the address of FSB, the former KGB.

The European countries in which the persons in question are located and work are not specified.

(Edited by Georgi Gotev)

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