KGB declassified documents: Putin is a responsible and disciplined agent

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 KGB declassified documents: Putin is a responsible and disciplined agent


According to AFP on November 1, Putins declassified KGB files are part of the recent exhibition of the central national historical and political archives in St. Petersburg, Russias second largest city, as well as other declassified documents.

Comrade Putin He is constantly improving his ideological, political and professional level, this one page document describes. It is understood that this document is actually a declassified authentication. Putins career in his 20s began at that time, and he is transforming from an intelligence agent to a politician.

Putin was 23 years old when he was registered with the KGBs Communist Youth League in 1975, the document said.

Putin served in the KGB from 1975 to 1991. The Moscow Times quoted the contents of the document as saying that Putin was in charge of organizational work and sports work here and was a conscientious and disciplined staff member.

Putin, 67, began working for the KGB in the mid-1970s and served in Dresden (then East Germany) from 1985 to 1990.

In the Kremlin, he has many former KGB employees around him, and the KGBs successor, the Russian Federal Security Agency (FSB), remains a strong institution.

Putin, who plays sports in his spare time, is a master of judo and Sambo in the Soviet Union and the champion of the 1976 Leningrad Judo Championships, the document said.

Putin was born in October 1952 in Leningrad (todays St. Petersburg). He studied international law at the Law School of Leningrad University. After graduation in 1975, he joined the National Security Council (KGB), the Soviet intelligence agency, and engaged in foreign intelligence collection.

In his autobiography the first man: Putins self account, published in 2000, Putin described his duties in the Soviet intelligence agency as general intelligence.

In his autobiography the first man: Putins self account, published in 2000, Putin described his duties in the Soviet intelligence agency as general intelligence.