In a Saturday interview with TV presenter Sergei Brilev in Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his work in the Soviet Committee for State Security, the KGB, was at times tied to ‘illegal intelligence.’ Putin joined the KGB in 1975 and served undercover in Dresden, East Germany, between 1985 and 1990.
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