MI6 chief says Russian spying capability has been halved

The expulsion of agents and the arrest of several spies disguised as civilians across the continent “probably halved Russia’s ability to spy in Europe,” the M16 official said.

The head of the British intelligence agency MI6, Richard Moore, said this Friday that the Russian espionage capacity in Europe has been halved after the expulsion of more than 400 agents.

In a speech during the Security Forum held in Aspen, Colorado, quoted this Friday by CNN, Moore assured that it is because of this that the Russian invasion of Ukraine is “losing strength”.

The expulsion of agents and the arrest of several spies disguised as civilians across the continent “probably halved Russia’s ability to spy in Europe,” he added.

Source: With Agencies

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