The chief of Soviet foreign intelligence, Lieutenant-General Leonid Shebarshin, talks about the goals and tasks of foreign intelligence, various ways of obtaining information, Speaks about the justification of the existence of the First Main Directorate in the internal structure of the KGB.
Shebarshin talks about the prospects for cooperation with the republican intelligence agencies, about the achievements of Soviet intelligence in recent years.
Shebarshin speaks about the consequences of the transfer of intelligence officers to the side of foreign special services in recent years, the extent of the damage inflicted, compares the activities of Kim Filby and Oleg Gordievsky.
Shebarshin Leonid Vladimirovich - head of state security agencies, intelligence agent
Locations: Moscow