Nine people arrested in Poland for sabotaging Russian services

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Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced that the police arrested nine people who carried out sabotage in Poland for the services of Russia.

"Currently we have nine suspects arrested and charged with acts of sabotage in Poland, directly on behalf of the Russian services," Tusk told TVN24 television.

The alleged crimes include arson and beatings, and Poland is cooperating with other countries in the investigation, including Lithuania, Latvia and Sweden.

Warsaw claims it has become a frequent target of Russian intelligence services because of its important role in delivering aid packages to Ukraine, and Tusk announced earlier in May that the government would allocate an additional $25 million to its intelligence services because of the threat.

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