Former Director of the FSB told about the unwritten code of intelligence on issued spies


Nicholas Cavaletto: Alexander Makarov / RIA Novosti

Almost all the intelligence agencies of the world follows the unwritten code of integrity exchanged spies. About the Agency TASS said the former Director of the FSB, state Duma Deputy Nikolai Kovalev.

“It is clear that it will not put on paper, but there are really such oral agreement, or unwritten law, which is followed by almost all the intelligence world,” he said. In particular, the family of the scout inviolable, because if you start to work through the wife, through the children, this process will become irreversible, it can actually turn into a blood feud”.

According to him, the same goes for exchanged agents. “Nobody never touched because the exchange assesses the potential danger from the actions of this man. The analysis came to the conclusion that Skripal was not a threat to Russia. Taking this into account it was issued and exchanged,” explained Kovalev.

“12 years ago, he was convicted, 12 years was necessary for Russia to wait, and finally came before the election of the President took and shat themselves. In this case, the logic is simply absent”, — he concluded.

On 12 March Prime Minister of Britain Theresa may said that Skripal and his daughter Julia was poisoned nervously-paralytic substance from the group of combat gases called “Beginner”, allegedly developed in the Soviet Union. She demanded to provide all the materials Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons, otherwise the politician threatened to equate the situation “the use of unlawful force by the Russian government against the United Kingdom”.

On the evening of 4 March, 66-year-old Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious on a bench in the Park in Salisbury. They were poisoned with nerve substance and fell into a coma while in the hospital. Just poisoning suffered 21 persons, including police Sergeant nick Bailey, who first arrived on the scene.

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