US intelligence official: Russian diplomats suspected of monitoring Russian traitors in the US

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 US intelligence official: Russian diplomats suspected of monitoring Russian traitors in the US


Overseas network April (April 26) CNN (CNN) 25 Daily said that the United States law enforcement and intelligence officials said that last month, dozens of Russian diplomats expelled by the United States were suspected of monitoring Russian traitors and their families in the United States. According to the report, US law enforcement and intelligence officials say there is at least one example to prove that the suspected Russian spy activities have led the CIA staff to provide a new identity for the Russians who emigrate to the United States. Officials say the incident and other information caused the US side to worry that Moscow Kremlin decided that some people were traitors or enemies, and Russia was preparing to aim at the Russian exile in the United States. At present, CIA, the White House and the Russian Embassy in the United States have refused to comment on the matter. Earlier, the United States announced the expulsion of 60 Russian diplomats and the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle in March 26th against the alleged involvement of the United Kingdom in the case of alleged involvement of Russia in the case of Skrypal poisoning. In response, in March 29th, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Russia would expel 60 American diplomats and close the US consulate in St Petersburg. Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry and Russian ambassador to the United States, according to Russian television in March 31st, said the US intelligence agency was busy robbing people when Russian diplomats were preparing to return to their country. Antonov, the Russian ambassador to the United States, said, we know that someone is in contact with our diplomats and our colleagues, trying to persuade them to cooperate with the special department of the United States. They are packing with a variety of promising promises and statements, but in essence the problem is the same: to cooperate with the United States on the basis of the interests of the United States. Source: overseas web editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 Earlier, the United States announced the expulsion of 60 Russian diplomats and the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle in March 26th against the alleged involvement of the United Kingdom in the case of alleged involvement of Russia in the case of Skrypal poisoning. In response, in March 29th, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Russia would expel 60 American diplomats and close the US consulate in St Petersburg. Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry and Russian ambassador to the United States, according to Russian television in March 31st, said the US intelligence agency was busy robbing people when Russian diplomats were preparing to return to their country. Antonov, the Russian ambassador to the United States, said, we know that someone is in contact with our diplomats and our colleagues, trying to persuade them to cooperate with the special department of the United States. They are packing with a variety of promising promises and statements, but in essence the problem is the same: to cooperate with the United States on the basis of the interests of the United States.