The pro-Russian network in the Czech Republic was helped to reveal the secret service of Ukraine SBU

The pro-Russian network in the Czech Republic was helped to reveal the secret service of Ukraine SBU
The pro-Russian network in the Czech Republic was helped to reveal the secret service of Ukraine SBU
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Pro-Russia paid politicians to praise Russia and its president Vladimir Putin in the European media, according to Ukrinform, and according to him, propaganda material was published against Ukraine and Europe on a platform called Voice of Europe. According to the agency’s source, they were trying to get as many pro-Russian policies as possible into the European Parliament.

Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala in the center informed about the inclusion of several Russian entities on the national sanctions list. It is a changing company Voice of Europe, which is registered in the Czech Republic as a Polish obana. And it features the new politician and businessman Viktor Medveduk with politician Arom Marevski.

Persons newly placed on the sanction list sought to gain influence in the countries of the European Union and subsequently in the European Parliament (EP). However, I have no information that it would involve Czech politicians and citizens, Fiala said at the time.

esk Security Information Service (BIS) wrote on sti X that its action revealed how Russia influences EU countries and how it tries to influence political processes.

Today, the government of R added those entities, two natural persons and one legal entity, to the national sanctions list based on information obtained by the Security Information Service. We managed to uncover and map the activities of an influence network financed by Russia and operating on the territory of the Czech Republic https://t.co/PqbgcXb37d https://t.co/7BbpqctqKO

March 27, 2024 at 3:15 p.m. pspvek archived: March 31, 2024 at 4:18 p.m.

In the past few days, the BIS stated that it had uncovered a group organized by Russia that tried to influence the elections to the European Parliament in various European countries. According to counterintelligence, cash was given to anti-establishment politicians from Germany in Prague, he gave his pension miles to run a pro-Russian news website, the server wrote.

Ukrinform says that a number of European politicians who were Putin’s supporters have now suffered a serious blow, or many MEPs are demanding a thorough investigation of Russian influence and punishment of colleagues who received Russian pensions.

pro-Russian activity is dealt with according to available information and intelligence services of other countries. Belgian and Czech intelligence services worked together to break the Russian propaganda network, according to two statements by Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo.

A few days ago, according to the Onet portal, the spokesman of the Polish government secret service coordinator, Jacek Dobrzyski, announced that the Polish counterintelligence ABW was investigating the activity of pro-Russian pionists against Polish states and European Union bodies. He cooperates with the idiot and the esk. f the Dutch government, Mark Rutte said on Friday that the Dutch intelligence services are also dealing with the incident.

The article is in Czech

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