The Washington Post: US security is trying to recruit employees at the Russian embassy

The Washington Post: US security is trying to recruit employees at the Russian embassy  The Washington Post reported that the FBI is trying to recruit employees of the Russian Embassy in Washington by sending advertisements through social media to their smartphones.  According to the newspaper's data, the limits of the geographical location targeted by US security ads on Facebook, Twitter and various Google portals - all targeting smartphones working in and near the Russian diplomatic mission - are quite clear.  To verify this, one of the newspaper's employees stood near the embassy wall. He received advertisements of this kind on his smartphone, but as soon as he moved to the other end of the street, these advertisements immediately disappeared.  The director of the "FBI" talks about a "threat" from the Chinese government The newspaper noted that the advertisements were intended to "use any resentment or anger" regarding the military operation in Ukraine among the staff of the diplomatic mission or the Russian-speaking population visiting it, in order to "recruit new agents".  One of the ads reads: "Information the public provides to the FBI is one of the most effective ways to deal with threats. If you have information that will help the FBI, please contact us."  The text asserts that "the costs of its publication were paid for by the FBI." When you click on the link, a page opens, in Russian and English, suggesting you come in person to the FBI building in Washington.  Source: TASS

The Washington Post reported that the FBI is trying to recruit employees of the Russian Embassy in Washington by sending advertisements through social media to their smartphones.

According to the newspaper's data, the limits of the geographical location targeted by US security ads on Facebook, Twitter and various Google portals - all targeting smartphones working in and near the Russian diplomatic mission - are quite clear.

To verify this, one of the newspaper's employees stood near the embassy wall. He received advertisements of this kind on his smartphone, but as soon as he moved to the other end of the street, these advertisements immediately disappeared.

The director of the "FBI" talks about a "threat" from the Chinese government
The newspaper noted that the advertisements were intended to "use any resentment or anger" regarding the military operation in Ukraine among the staff of the diplomatic mission or the Russian-speaking population visiting it, in order to "recruit new agents".

One of the ads reads: "Information the public provides to the FBI is one of the most effective ways to deal with threats. If you have information that will help the FBI, please contact us."

The text asserts that "the costs of its publication were paid for by the FBI." When you click on the link, a page opens, in Russian and English, suggesting you come in person to the FBI building in Washington.

Source: TASS
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