Talks allegedly under way to exchange spies detained in Slovenia

Negotiations are taking place between Moscow and western countries to exchange the two suspected Russian spies detained in Slovenia for a person or people currently in jail in Russia, the Guardian reported from Ljubljana on 24 March, citing an unnamed source.

The couple suspected of spying for Russia were apprehended in Slovenia in early December. Carrying Argentinian passports, they had adopted false identities as Maria Rosa Mayer Munos and Ludwig Gisch and lived with their two young children in Črnuče, a quiet suburb of Ljubljana.

According to the report in the British...

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