StanislavYezhov had routine accessibility to expert info as well as took a trip on prominent trips to London as well as Washington

Aninterpreter for Ukraine's head of state that was photographed with TheresaMayinside Downing Street has actually been jailed on uncertainty of running as a Russian spy.

Ukraine's SBU protection solution nailed Stanislav Yezhov on Wednesday night in the funding,Kiev Video revealed 2 police officers leading him away Yezhov had actually functioned” for the opponent state[ Russia]for a very long time,” the head of state, Volodymyr Groysman, proclaimed on his Facebook web page

Theapprehension is humiliating for the Ukrainian authorities. Yezhov was based inside the closet of preachers as well as had routine top-level accessibility to delicate information. He took a trip on prominent trip-ups to the west, consisting of to London as well asWashington

Thedeclared Russian spy went to Downing Street in July when Groysmanheld talks with the head of state.

InJune 2016 he went to the White House as well as translated for Groysman throughout a conference with the after that United States vice-president, JoeBiden.

TheSBU stated in a declarationthat Russian knowledge had actually hired Yezhov throughout a” lasting international goal “. It provided him with” unique tools” which was made use of to gather info regarding the” tasks of[ Ukrainian]federal government frameworks “.

Yezhovapparently sent out information back to his Moscow handles using digital interaction networks. It was vague the length of time this lasted or exactly how specifically the networks worked.

Tensionsin between Kiev as well as Moscow stay high greater than 3 years after the Russian head of state, Vladimir Putin, taken Crimea as well as stimulated a problem in eastern Ukraine, support as well as equipping pro-Russiarebels.

Thebattle stopped teamwork in between Ukrainian as well as Russiaknowledge companies. They had actually commonly functioned very closely with each other, with solid individual connections in between elderly police officers from both nations that had throughout Soviet days commonly participated in KGB establishing academies with each other.

Yezhovremained in safekeeping onThursday His office as well as house were being browsed, the SBU stated, as well as he was most likely to deal with costs of state treason.

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