The Russian television channel Current Time released a special feature on May 23 describing the unusual career of Stanislav Pushkar. Pushkar, an engineer from Kyiv, was recruited by North Korean agents while working in a government factory in the 1970s. Recently declassified documents in the Ukrainian KGB’s archives show that Pushkar sold secret documents and appliances to the agents before being arrested and imprisoned ten years later.
New discoveries in KGB archives show a Kyiv agent sold documents to North Korean spies for money, cameras, and ginseng
May 24, 2019 | Meduza | Shares: 45