It became known that the Wall Street Journal correspondent Evan Gershkovich was detained in Russia on suspicion of espionage.
Russia’s FSB security service detained Wall Street Journal correspondent Evan Gershkovich on Thursday in Yekaterinburg, in the Urals, on suspicion of espionage, the Interfax news agency reported.
In a statement cited by Interfax, the FSB says that “US citizen Gershkovich Evan, born in 1991 of Foreign Affairs.”
Evan is suspected of spying for the American government.
The paper has not yet received a statement.
It was noted that Gershkovich was instructed to collect information about the activities of one of the enterprises of the military-industrial complex.
However, no evidence in this regard was provided.
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