Russian spy exposed in Finland

It looks like another spy scandal is flaring up. This time, between Russia and Finland. According to Finnish media reports, the country’s defence ministry has detected an agent working for the Russian intelligence. A lieutenant of the Finnish army appears to be that spy, Finnish journalists, citing sources in counter intelligence, say. The serviceman came under secret surveillance in early spring this year. The case is said to have been completed and submitted to the Procurator General’s Office. The alleged spy may stand a closed trial as soon as late-May, one of Finninh newspaper asserts. The information may prove a canard, though. There have been no political statements over the issue which the concerned countries’ foreign offices normally exchange in such cases. There has been no commotion normally stirred about spy exposures, either. The Russian-Finnish relationships seem as cloudless as earlier. Moreover, the rank of the presumed spy looks too petty.

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