Media: Sergei Skripal worked for four intelligence, NATO

Media: Sergei Skripal worked for four intelligence, NATO

A former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal to 2017 collaborated with the secret services of great Britain, the Czech Republic, Estonia and Spain, informs German edition of Focus, citing a source. According to him, Mr. Skripal was provided to the four countries participating in NATO’s information about “active agents of Russian military intelligence”.


According to the interlocutor of the edition, in 2012, Sergei Skripal, accompanied by agents of British intelligence Mi-6 went to Prague and “informed the local security services on the Russian spies”. In the summer of 2016, the former Colonel GRU of Estonia provided data that helped to expose the three Russian spies. In addition, Sergei Skripal, as the source of the Focus provided by the national intelligence center of Spain (CNI) information “about contacts between the Russian mafia operating in Costa del Sol, with influential politicians and officials in Moscow.”