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People July 9 – U.S. and Russia to resolve because of the “spy row” and affected the relationship has taken a rather flexible “Cold War approach” to deal with: the exchange in a third country “captured.” It is reported that an American accused of spying for Russia to act as experts in nuclear technology has been released from prison and arrived in Vienna, Austria. Since then, he will travel to the British capital London.
8 earlier in the day, a mysterious armored vehicles into the custody of opening more than Western spy in Moscow to Futuo Fu prison. Then, the team and escorted by police cars and trucks sped away. Who does not know whether the car was about to be deported sitting spy. In the afternoon, a reporter found in the Vienna airport has released U.S. spy, and by telephone to inform his family.
which were released U.S. spy named Igor. In 1999, he was a British company to provide information about Russian nuclear submarines and missile intelligence arrested. Russian investigators said the British company is the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency in Europe “vest.” In 2004, Igor was sentenced to 14 years in prison. However, this claim, they are to each other to provide the public from the Internet to find information.
The U.S. and Russia will take “one for one” approach to this spy storm. Informed sources, 10 Russian spies arrested by the United States will soon be freed. Since the disclosure two weeks ago the United States, “the Russian spy case”, the two sides seems to have been kept “low key contacts and negotiations.” However, the U.S. and Russian officials refused to comment on the matter.
Igor addition, there is a Russian colonel and nine other “western spies” is also included in the list of this exchange of prisoners. This colonel in 2006, was sentenced to 13 years in prison on charges of acting as British spies. Now, the arrest of 10 “Russian spy” are being held in prison awaiting trial in New York. Their defense lawyers said their client’s case as early as Wednesday afternoon, “a major turning point.”
analysts have pointed out, to take “one to one exchange” approach to this spy affair in the hands of the United States and Russia can play the “good hands.” (H Yi Jun)