Belgium's counterintel chief accused of spying for Russia: media

18:40, 14 February 2019
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The intelligence chief, Clement Vandenborre, denies the allegations, Radio Poland reported citing pravda.com.ua.

According to Belgian daily De Morgen, Vandenborre has worked for the Belgian counterintelligence service for 40 years.

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The claims that he spied for Russia appeared in a letter by a Belgian counterintelligence officer.

The officer reportedly alleged that, during a special operation in Serbia in 2016, Vandenborre provided the Serbs with access to classified information. His contact most likely worked as a double agent for Russia, according to reports.

Vandenborre has been suspended from his duties pending an internal investigation.

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