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Tracking device found in President Duda's office car

Tracking device found in President Duda's office car Andrzej Duda, President of Poland (Photo: Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)
Author: Daria Shekina

The Polish State Protection Service discovered a tracking device in a car belonging to the President's office, according to TVN 24.

According to sources, the tracking device was discovered on a car during a routine inspection in the summer.

Journalists clarify that the device was not attached to President Andrzej Duda's limousine but to another car.

"It turned out that this car may have been driving with this device for several months and during that time, it often entered the presidential convoy, including during his trips to Ukraine," the source specified.

He adds that the incident was reported to the Internal Security Service. Following this, all cars that are part of the convoys of protected individuals are being checked.

It is worth noting that it was previously revealed that the Internal Security Agency and Military Counterintelligence Service of Poland had detained 46 individuals over six years, suspected of working for Russian or Belarusian intelligence.