Worked in Australia known Soviet spy, died in Moscow


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In Moscow, died a famous Soviet spy Edward Ustenko, who worked in Australia. On Friday, may 22, reports “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.

On the death of 84-year-old Ustenko police said the daughter of a scout.

E. V. Ustenko was considered one of the most successful Soviet spies in countries with an English speaking population. From 1964 to 1967 he worked in Australia and then in England, until the mass expulsion of Soviet spies in 1971.

Earlier it was reported that on 8 February, on 84-m to year of life died Soviet spy, General-the Lieutenant in resignation Alexander Golubev. During the war in Afghanistan, he led a group of KGB for the capture of protected objects. In particular, he participated in the storming of the Palace of the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council of Afghanistan Hafizullah Amin in 1979.

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