Sweden charged a man on Monday with spying on it and the United States on behalf of Russia and unlawfully transferring advanced technology to Russia’s armed forces over a nine-year period.

Prosecutors indicted Sergej Skvortsov, a citizen of both Sweden and Russia, on charges of gross unlawful intelligence activity against the two countries between 2013 and 2022, according to the indictment.

The 60-year-old’s lawyer said he denied any wrongdoing. "He reiterates that he denies all charges," lawyer Ulrika Borg told Reuters . FORMER RUSSIAN EMPLOYEE OF US CONSULATE ACCUSED OF GATHERING INTEL FOR AMERICAN DIPLOMATS Prosecutors said the suspect gathered information […]

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