MIAMI – Russian security services have detained a London-based executive of Aeroflot (SU) on suspicion of passing state secrets to Britain, Reuters reports today.
The TASS and RIA news agencies named the executive on Thursday as Dmitry Fedotkin and said he denied any wrongdoing. Fedotkin’s profile on LinkedIn says he has been SU’s station manager in Britain for the last five years. He was the airline’s UK country manager for almost three years before that.
According to Reuters, Fedotkin passed secrets pertaining to Russia’s social and political situation to Britain’s MI6 foreign intelligence service. However, Fedotkin but did not have access to read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”