FSB officer and mercenary from PMC “Wagner” asked for asylum in France

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 An FSB officer and a mercenary from the Wagner PMC asked for asylum in France

The Russians arrived on the same flight and simultaneously requested political asylum. Both are already cooperating with the investigation and testifying.

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A Russian woman who served in the Federal Security Service and a mercenary from the Wagner private military campaign have asked for political asylum in France and have already begun to testify about the Russian-Ukrainian war. This was told by the head of the Gulagu.net project Vladimir Osechkin.

According to Osechkin, the Russians simultaneously requested political asylum. They even flew to France on the same flight and sat in seats in adjacent rows.

“Both simultaneously went to request political asylum and international protection, it looked very strange – each of them decided that the second one was here for him” , – said Osechkin.

According to Osechkin, the Russians are already cooperating with the investigation and testifying. Moreover, one of the major foreign TV channels makes material according to the testimony of one of them. It concerns the creation of a private military campaign “Wagner” and its activities in the Lugansk region.

In turn, the ex-FSB employee voiced insiders related to the structure's document flow and a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Her testimony is planned to be published in stages.

Focus also wrote that a refugee from Russia swam 20 kilometers to Japan for political asylum. The Russian refugee was described to journalists as a quiet and withdrawn person who was very fond of Japanese culture.