Poland deported former FSB officer Emran Navruzbekov to Russia. At home, he can be put in jail. This is reported from the words of Navruzbekov himself, who at that time was at the Russian border checkpoint, the publication “Vot so”.
Prior to that, in an interview with Gulagu.net, he talked about the fact that the FSB is staging "controlled terrorist attacks" in the Caucasus, playing staged operations in which terrorists are supposedly eliminated, planting drugs and weapons on suspects, as well as falsifying criminal cases. Navruzbekov, in his own words, handed over 500 files with classified information to the head of Gulagu.net, Vladimir Osechkin, for transfer to the Hague Tribune.
Navruzbekov fled to Poland through Belarus in 2017 after the leadership of the FSB was about to send him to Turkey to organize surveillance of the exiled representatives of the North Caucasian opposition. In Poland, he was in a refugee camp, but his requests for protection were rejected.
As a result, asylum was nevertheless granted to his wife and children, and Navruzbekov himself was detained on May 17. The reason for his detention was the accusation of aggressive behavior towards the Polish border guards, but Navruzbekov himself denies this.
The Polish court of first instance ruled to deport him and ban him from entering the EU for 10 years, citing Navruzbekov's threat to the country's security as one of the reasons. This decision was appealed. But, according to Irina Navruzbekov's wife, he was deported before the counterclaim was considered. “Like this” writes that at the time of publication of the material, his phone was not answered and communication with him was lost.