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Austrian wedding? Ooops.

Rogue Valley

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Remember Putin dancing with the bride - Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl - in mid-August?

Well, now she has cancelled a planned trip to Moscow after finding out a former Austrian Foreign Affairs official had been spying for Russia for 50 years.

Anyone who trusts these Muscovy bastards needs a brain scan.
 

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Remember Putin dancing with the bride - Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl - in mid-August?

Well, now she has cancelled a planned trip to Moscow after finding out a former Austrian Foreign Affairs official had been spying for Russia for 50 years.

Anyone who trusts these Muscovy bastards needs a brain scan.

Typo - The Austrian Colonel (now 70) spied for Moscow for 20 years and was paid 300,000 Euros. He met every two weeks with his Russian handler "Yuri" (a GRU agent).

Friendly foreign ministries informed the ministry a few weeks ago about the colonel, who has been retired for five years. The ruling Austrian party had forged closer ties to Moscow.

The Green MEP Michel Reimon described the blue ruling party in a release as a "security risk for Austria".
 
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