Poland: Warsaw hands over Russian ‘spy nest’ to Ukrainians
13 April 2022 | 5:37 am
The Polish capital has seized an abandoned Russian diplomatic compound after decades of legal dispute. Authorities say the site, which some Poles say was used for spying, will be handed over to the Ukrainian community.
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