KGB-Trained Agent Heads NATO Intelligence
A communist who trained with the Soviet security agency known as the KGB will head the National Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) intelligence committee and the powerful U.S. ambassador did nothing to stop the appointment which will undoubtedly compromise national security.
NATO’s new intelligence chief (Sandor Laborc) heads the Hungarian secret services and spent six years at the KGB’s academy in Moscow during the 1980s, creating serious concerns among diplomats that national security will be compromised during his tenure.
Based n Brussels Belgium, NATO is a military alliance of 26 countries from North America and Europe that works to safeguard the freedom and security of its member countries by using political and military measures. The alliance was created with the signing of a 1949 treaty.
Now a KGB-trained communist heads the committee that analyzes and shares intelligence among the countries. Many of the alliance’s delegates didn’t even know about Laborc’s past because his official biography omits the crucial information about his Moscow training.
Perhaps caught off guard, NATO’s U.S. ambassador refused to comment on the appointment and one alliance diplomat from a western country said “it would have taken one phone call by the U.S. ambassador to NATO to stop this appointment.”