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Polish national arrested for allegedly plotting the assassination of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
By Richard Brown // Apr 22, 2024

A Polish national identified by authorities under the pseudonym "Pawel K" has been arrested on charges related to an alleged plot to help Russians assassinate Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

The arrest, conducted within Poland, was announced by the Polish National Public Prosecutor's Office, which formally charged Pawel K with "collaborating with foreign intelligence against the Republic of Poland."

According to reports, Pawel K was purportedly tasked with acquiring military intelligence on behalf of Russia, particularly focusing on security measures at Poland's Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport in southeastern Poland.

The intention behind gathering such information was allegedly to aid in planning an attack targeting Zelensky.

A spokesperson for the prosecutor's office elaborates, stating, "The investigation indicates that the suspect Pawel K expressed his willingness to cooperate with the military intelligence of the Russian Federation, establishing direct contacts with individuals from Russia actively involved in the conflict in Ukraine. His duties allegedly encompassed collecting and furnishing military intelligence to Russia, including details concerning the security arrangements at Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport."

Moreover, it has been alleged that Pawel K's involvement extended to assisting Russian intelligence services in plotting a potential assault on the life of Ukraine's head of state.

The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office alerted their Polish counterparts to the potential criminal activity of Pawe? K, initiating a collaborative investigation.

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Substantial evidence was reportedly gathered from Ukrainian authorities through legal channels, significantly strengthening the case against Pawel K.

The prosecutor's office is conducting an investigation with the help of Poland's Internal Security Agency.

The spokesperson emphasized the effective cooperation between Polish and Ukrainian law enforcement agencies, highlighting the successful acquisition of evidence from beyond Poland's borders.

As the investigation progresses, further details are expected to emerge regarding the extent of Pawel K's alleged involvement and any additional individuals implicated in the plot. (Related: Russian source: Elite Ukrainian military units mulling COUP against Zelensky.)

While authorities did not specify whether Pawel K actually shared any gathered information, he could face up to eight years in prison if convicted. Currently held in custody, the suspect awaits further developments in the ongoing investigation.

Russia may have wanted to assassinate Zelensky at Polish airport

It is unclear how Pawel K's alleged Russian contacts would have carried out an assassination against Zelensky, but Pawel K's objective of gathering information on the Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport suggests that the Russians would have tried to target Zelensky during his latest visit to Poland, which occurred on April 5.

Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport, once a modest regional facility, has now evolved into a pivotal logistics center for supplying Western military aid to Ukraine, particularly following the full-scale invasion.

Military and cargo aircraft from various nations, including the United States and across Europe, frequently utilize the airport to transport supplies destined for the Ukrainian border, a journey spanning approximately 100 kilometers (62 miles).

Given the closure of Ukrainian airspace to most flights, leaders traveling to and from Ukraine often opt to land in neighboring countries like Poland before continuing their journey to Kyiv by land.

Notably, Zelensky has been documented flying out of Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport on foreign visits, including a return from Washington in December 2022.

Other foreign dignitaries, such as U.S. President Joe Biden, have also utilized the airport when they plan state visits to Ukraine.

The incident with Pawel K follows previous reports from Polish authorities regarding the arrest of a group of foreign individuals suspected of acting as spies for Russia. The individuals were alleged to have installed numerous surveillance cameras around the area surrounding the airport, including some very close.

Additionally, neighboring Germany recently apprehended two individuals suspected of being Russian spies, accused of planning to sabotage German military aid intended for Ukraine.

Watch this clip from "Redacted" as hosts Natali and Clayton Morris discuss how the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is going poorly and Zelensky is no longer able to hide it.

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