A CIA representative told CNN that the video was not intended to cause unrest among the Russian population
Russian intelligence services are monitoring Western espionage activity after the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a Russian-language recruitment video, according to the Kremlin.
In a short video, the CIA needs to contact representatives of the Russian military, intelligence, diplomatic and scientific circles who have information about the Russian economy and leadership.
– Contact. People close to you might not want to hear the truth, but we do, says the text in relation to the video.
The CIA’s first video gives instructions on how to contact the Intelligence Service anonymously and covertly. The video has also been shared on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
In the video, a man’s voice reflects heroism and determination while in the background you can see people thinking about their solution: a man walking in the snow and a woman looking out a window.
We easily fall for lies. But we also know what the reality is. The reality we are living in. The reality we talk about in a whisper, a manly voice tells.
At the end of the video, a man and a woman can be seen contemplating whether to touch the screen of a cell phone with their finger, which shows the link: “Contact CIA”.
– This is my Russia and always will be. I can handle it. My family will bear. We can live with respect for our actions, is the essence of the narrator’s voice.
In the text published in connection with the video, it is recommended to contact the Internet through the “dark web”, the Tor system, where you can communicate anonymously. The text also contains a link to instructions for Tor.
The CIA wants to hear the truth about Russia. We are looking for reliable people who know the truth and can tell it to us. Your information may be more important than you think, writes the CIA.
A CIA representative told CNN that the purpose of the video was not to create unrest among the Russian population, but rather to target those who are already hesitant to support the Russian president and administration.
The video does not mention President Vladimir Putin or even the war in Ukraine, as it aims to appeal to the “timeless” subjects that have prompted Russians to contact US intelligence throughout the ages.
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