Berg stressed that he never received any payment for the job he did. The Russian intelligence services argues that Berg gathered information about the construction of new nuclear submarines for the Russian navy. The Norwegian denies guilt according to the charges, but later admits to having been a courier for the Norwegian military intelligence services. I am pretty shocked by it, Berg says. The retired border inspector from Kirkenes was arrested in Moscow in December and later sentenced to 14 years in prison for espionage. On 15 November , Lithuania announces that it has granted clemency to the two Russians Nikolay Filiptschenko and Sergey Moiseyenko, who were convicted for espionage.
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