Russia planned to attack Japan. The FSB’s confidential information was leaked

An email announcing Russia’s planned attack was sent on March 17 by a Federal Security Service (FSB) whistleblower dubbed “Wind of Change”. Vladimir Osechkin, Russian human rights activistAmerican newspaper “Newsweek” reported that, an anti-corruption website.

Igor SuskoThe executive director of the Wind of Change Research Group, a non-profit organization based in Washington, translated all the letters from Russian into English and released excerpts to the media.

“Russia was seriously preparing to attack Japan”

The letter written by the informant was analyzed by expert Christo Grosev. He showed the letter to “two (current or former) FSB contacts”.They had no doubt that it was written by someone from the services“.

The information in the material shows that in August 2021, Russia is “preparing very seriously Military conflict with Japan“. The FSB agent recommended it Then Russia decided to invade Ukraine.

“Moscow and Tokyo will enter a phase of sharp confrontation, and even war is more likely. Why Ukraine was finally chosen for war is another question,” the expert wrote.

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The agent pointed out that the Kremlin had launched a propaganda machine that referred to the Japanese as “Nazis” and “fascists”. In August 2021, the FSB declassified the documents Soviet citizens were tortured by Japanese secret services during World War II. An intelligence source said the mission was to create anti-Japanese propaganda in Russian society.

According to the whistleblower, a Russian report published on August 20, 2021 was inciting the same propaganda operation. He referred to declassified FSB documents and claimed that the Japanese had conducted the raids On prisoners in concentration camp in Harbin area. During World War II, they were to test bacterial weapons and “new chemical poisons.”

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The conflict between Moscow and Tokyo has been going on for years

Russia and Japan never signed a peace treaty after World War II. The disputed area between them is the southern part of the Kuril Islands, which it claims. Right JapanAnd which Occupied by Russia.

Islands Gunashiri, etorof, Shikotan And Habomai It was occupied by the Soviet Union at the end of World War II. Tokyo claims these areas are its “Northern Islands”.

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Because of its location in between The Japanese island of Hokkaido And Russia’s Kamchatka PeninsulaIslands provide military and political advantages.

“For Japan, this is the cornerstone of its modern geopolitics. The defeat in World War II prevented Tokyo from having an official military force, foreign intelligence and other institutions. For Japan, the reclaiming of the Kuril Islands is actually a rethinking of its post-war status– the signalman noted.

“Meanwhile, for Moscow, the islands are a ‘bargaining chip,'” he concluded.


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