Polish Man Charged with Assisting Alleged Russian Plot to Assassinate Ukraine’s President Zelensky

Volodymyr Zelensky

A Polish man, identified as Paweł K, has been charged with assisting an alleged Russian plot to assassinate Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky, according to authorities in Poland and Ukraine. The man faces up to eight years in prison if found guilty.

Key Points:

  • Paweł K was charged with “readiness to act for foreign intelligence against the Republic of Poland”
  • He was allegedly tasked with helping Russian special services plan a possible attack on President Zelensky’s life
  • He agreed to provide information to Russian spies about security at Rzeszów-Jasionka airport, which is often used by President Zelensky
  • Ukrainian authorities uncovered the plot and handed evidence to Polish officials, leading to the man’s detention

FAQs:

  1. Who was charged with assisting an alleged Russian plot to assassinate Ukraine’s President Zelensky?
    Paweł K, a Polish man, was charged with the offense.
  2. What is the maximum prison sentence Paweł K faces if found guilty?
    Up to eight years in prison.
  3. What was Paweł K allegedly tasked with doing?
    He was allegedly tasked with helping Russian special services plan a possible attack on President Zelensky’s life.
  4. What information did Paweł K agree to provide to Russian spies?
    He agreed to provide information about security at Rzeszów-Jasionka airport.
  5. Who uncovered the plot and handed evidence to Polish officials?
    Ukrainian authorities uncovered the plot and handed evidence to Polish officials.

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