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Russia’s FSB Detained 2 Persons Preparing Terrorist Attacks In Saint Petersburg Thanks To US Intelligence Data


Russia's FSB Detained 2 Persons Preparing Terrorist Attacks In Saint Petersburg Thanks To US Intelligence Data


Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) detained two persons preparing terrorist attacks in crowded places in the city of Saint Petersburg during the New Year holidays, the FSB reported on December 29. The intelligence data about the prepared terrroist attacks was provided by the FSB.

Earlier, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump talked on the phone and the Russian president thanked his US counterpart for sharing intelligence that allowed to prevent the terrorist attack.

According to the Kremlin, the phone call initiated by Moscow allowed to discuss a “range of issues of mutual interest”. The Kremlin added that two leaders agreed to maintain bilateral cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

In October, FSB head Aleksandr Bortnikov revealed that the US and Russian security agencies have intensified contacts in cybersecurity and other areas.




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  • FlorianGeyer

    Lets hope this is the start of some sanity from the US.

  • JustPassingThrough

    a good start.
    wait till that wanker schiff-ty schiff or nutty nadler gets a hold of it.

  • World_Eye

    Thanks to US intelligence data, YES we know what happened the last time the US give data to Russia, when Trump called Putin and Russia’s FSB stop the attack but they didn’t stop the second one.And now year later we see Part 2. And it’s little strange how this is unfolding, the US to give data to the Russia for possible attacks inside Russia. What is this? Either Russian intelligence in general is very bad, or these are just prepared dummies from start. What is this, I mean the CIA has offices and offices inside Moscow just working around the clock to stop attacks on Russian soil. So damn strange!!!!!!!!

    • John Mason

      Good point. Looks like Russia just added fuel to the fire and now the US establishment will have more ammunition to fire against Trump and there will be more infighting. There was no need for Russia to make that announcement unless it was designed to compliment the impeachment and further disrupt US politically.

      • Z.P.

        You UK – NATO pig can’t get out Russia in negative context out of your filthy mouth?
        Fucking LGBTQS Western fag!
        Whatever Russia does you will find the angle to paint it as negative!
        Even though you have NO EFFING DETAILS ABOUT THAT EVENT you are absolutely positive they are wrong!
        Fuck you UK faggot !

        • John Mason


  • art poirot

    Good.. Hopefully we can see more of this

  • John Mason

    Clever from Russia to make that announcement; it just made Trump’s position more uncomfortable.

    • Z.P.

      And why on earth would they do that?
      And what is so “clever” in being bitch for no reason?
      What is for them to gain if they clear favor return with perfidy?
      Rooting for half Pence maybe?
      “Russian collusion again”?
      You Americans never get tired of your bullshit propaganda and keep labeling Russians as people full of ill intentions.
      Just keep pushing around that crap like dung-beetles.
      Russia needs normalization of the relations because nuclear war can start with all these agreements that US keeps dropping one after another.

      • John Mason

        What a load of crap; for one I am no yank and you have a literacy problem.
        Frankly, you should go back to your TV and not comment on issues you truly and most obviously know nothing about.
        Your comment leaves trace of bad neuronal programming.

        • Z.P.

          Than you are asshole from UK which is the same CRAP
          And your comments you Anglo Saxon a**hole are always going in opposite direction of Russian interests.
          You are the one from the s*it country with the s*it comments.
          You seam to be understanding enough my comment despite that presumed “literacy problem.”