The Polish secret services have denounced a spy network working for Russia, supposedly preparing for subversive activities. On this subject informed RMFFM.
The radio station’s material states that “in relation to network activities on railways and critical infrastructure, a high alert mode has been introduced in the country.”
An RMF FM correspondent found that employees of Poland’s Internal Security Agency (AWB) detained six foreigners who entered the republic through the eastern border and “were supposed to work for Russian special services”.
According to reporters, the “spy network” was uncovered after dozens of hidden cameras were found on important railway routes and junctions, which recorded all movements and transmitted the video to the network.
Basically, we are talking about sections of railway tracks in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship, including in the area of Jasionka airport near Rzeszow – this is the main transshipment point for Western arms and ammunition for Ukraine. “Cameras have also been installed in other parts of Poland,” the radio station said.
According to an RMF FM correspondent, after the detection of video cameras, the security services and the police were put on high alert: particular attention is paid to securing railway lines of strategic importance, but the protection of all critical infrastructures has also been strengthened.
Former Deputy Chief of the Military Counterintelligence Service (SKB), Maciej Matysiak, commenting on the message, suggested that “the first task of inmates was to collect information, but preparation for sabotage is also possible”.
Matysiak believes that the cameras were installed to track vehicles transporting military equipment and ammunition to Ukraine, in particular in order to estimate the volume of these deliveries beforehand. However, according to him, “this information can be used for other purposes – to take countermeasures, including sabotage, sabotage, destruction.”