Photos of house in which Russian official suspected of spying for the United States lives published 

Photos of house in which Russian official suspected of spying for the United States lives published
Photo: Realtor.com

Oleg Smolenkov bought an elite house in Stafford, Virginia, for $ 1 million.

Oleg Smolenkov, who is suspected of spying against Russia, owns an elite house in the city of Stafford, Virginia, the USAm Lenta.ru reported. This information is confirmed by foreign real estate bases. 

According to Lenta.ru, the value of the house was almost a million dollars, or more than 60 million rubles. The two-story mansion has six bedrooms and bathrooms, a gym and a cinema. There is a hot tub in the courtyard in front of the house. 

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The Washington Post real estate database confirms that the house belongs to Smolenkov.

Earlier, CNN reported that in 2017, a CIA agent who worked in the Russian government was evacuated from Russia. The name of the agent was not disclosed. Later, the Russian media reported that the spy could be an employee of the Presidential Administration, Oleg Smolenkov, who two years ago went with his family on vacation to Montenegro and did not return to Russia.

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that Smolenkov worked in the Kremlin, but he was fired several years ago. Peskov called the statements that Smolenkov worked for the CIA “pulp fiction.”

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