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Examples

  • At military bases around Moscow, FSK agents had recruited tank crews, promising one or two thousand dollars for a few days work.

    The Return

  • In the summer of 1994, the Federal Security Service FSK persuaded Yeltsin to let it provide logistical support to the northern rebels.

    The Return

  • Within the security service, it was Sergey Stepashin, the FSK head, usually seen as a relative liberal, and his deputy, Yevgeny Savostyanov, one of the founders of Democratic Russia, that got the Russian authorities into the disastrous November attack on Grozny.

    The Return

  • Mostovshchikov, “FSK khorosho platit ofitseram, zaverbovannym dlya tainoy pomoshchi chechenskoy oppozitsii,” Izvestia, January 21, 1995.

    The Return

  • In August and September 1994, both the FSK and military intelligence, the GRU, strongly advised against direct military intervention.

    The Return

  • The FSK spokesman said the agency earlier rejected the movie for viewing by youth, and that Thursday's meeting to finalize the process was being held on the earliest possible date.

    Launch of Turkish Film on Flotilla Raid Delayed

  • Any theater that shows it would risk being fined, the FSK spokesman said.

    Launch of Turkish Film on Flotilla Raid Delayed

  • Or maybe you would prefer Director Barannikov to show up with the FSK boys and drag you downtown.

    American Assassin

  • The FSK would jump at the chance to embarrass their flashy sister agency, especially if it meant taking down someone as big as Ivanov, but Shvets had no desire to be branded a traitor for the rest of his days.

    American Assassin

  • Not a bad way to go when compared to what the FSK will do to me.

    American Assassin

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