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The military court sent former FSB officer Dmitry Kazakov to a colony for 13 years, according to Darya Ryabova from the URA.RU telegram channel. He passed secret information to foreign intelligence, TASS reports, citing a law enforcement source.

“The court sentenced FSB reserve lieutenant colonel Dmitry Kazakov to 13 years in a strict regime colony. He was found guilty of passing them to foreign intelligence using secret information known in his service, ”said the source of the agency.

It is specified that the ex-FSB officer worked for foreign intelligence for a fee. By his actions, he caused significant damage to the interests of Russia.

Earlier, the court sentenced Dmitry Shtyblikov, a resident of Sevastopol, to 19.5 years in prison for treason. His accomplice, an officer of the Russian armed forces Alexander Oblog, was sent to a colony for 13 years for cooperation with the special services of Ukraine, writes RT. On March 14, the Lefortovo Court of Moscow, for the first time since the start of a special operation in Ukraine, arrested a Russian citizen on suspicion of treason. He faces up to 20 years in prison.

Photo: Vladimir Andreev © URA.RU

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