Russian spies: a new Cold War in Czech Republic

Russian and Chinese spies have targeted Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, to gain access to NATO intelligence, reports Newsweek.

General Andor Šándor, the former head of Czech military intelligence, stated:

“No doubt it is much worse now than during the Cold War because then, the Russians would not spy on us and the Germans and the US pulled back their spies.”

Czech intelligence sources estimate that around 30 Russian embassy staff in Prague are spies and BIS have repeatedly warned of the presence of Russian intelligence in the Czech Republic.

(Newsweek)