Putin’s Aide refuses to talk about knowing spy Smolenkov
Work of an American spy at Kremlin became known on September 9 after an American TV-channel CNN reported that the United States evacuated their informer from Moscow.
Aide to the President of the Russian Federation Yury Ushakov answered to a question whether he had known with a former employee of the Staff of Russia’s President Oleg Smolenkov who was allegedly an informer of American special services, reports RIA Novosti.
Earlier, Kremlin confirmed the fact that Smolenkov had worked with the Staff of Russia’s President for a few years, but had been fired. With that, Press Secretary for the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the alleged informer of American special services had not access to “sensitive information.”
Work of an American spy at Kremlin became known on September 9 after an American TV-channel CNN reported that the United States evacuated their informer from Moscow. The American side was afraid that the President Donald Trump could accidentally facilitate his disclosure during his visit in Russia.
Later, the media reported the spy was Oleg Smolenkov. Smolenkov’s former colleague said that during his work with the Embassy, he was responsible for supply and dealt with purchase of company-provided vehicles, items for the Embassy store, and ceremonial needs.
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