Pakistan’s elite security agency successfully blocked an international spy network in the country, according to a local media report.
A report published in a local newspaper claiming that officials of Pakistan’s security institution, including a senior official retired only a few years ago, were also arrested during the operation.
According to reports, officials sent confidential information to an espionage agency in one of the most powerful countries. He says that among the people arrested was also an officer who worked on a Pakistani mission in a European capital.
The Main Pakistani Agency Dismantles The International Network Of Spies: Report
The report cited its sources, alleging that the international spy network was completely demolished and added that the arrested officers were attacked by the international agency in a spy.
The network had the task of providing confidential security information, but the Pakistani agency in a remarkable operation paralyzed the network with dexterity.
This is not the first time that Pakistan’s main spy agency exposes and tears apart the efforts of foreign spy agencies.
The report of the Abbottabad commission showed that the former Pakistani ambassador of the United States, Hussain Haqqani, and his “directors” participated in the support and promotion of the establishment of the foreign network throughout the country in Pakistan.
The report stated that Haqqani worked against the national interest and directly reported and commissioned these “directors” who worked for foreign interests in Pakistan. He also allegedly transferred the appropriate information channel of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The report also mentions how some foreign agencies can recruit their agents into Pakistan’s seat belt and let their drones use Pakistani airspace to share information.
It also shows that the situation went so far that they were able to move people in and out of the country without any interference.
“Sometimes we did not know who was going to go, what was going and what was being brought in and taken out,” the report quoted a senior retired army official as saying.
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