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    KGB spy to Russia president Unknown Vladimir Putin





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    For the past 16 years, Putin worked as an officer in the KGB and spyed the secret police officers in East Germany between 1975 and 1991. Putin's main task was to recruit foreigners in Dresden, hoping to send them to the US as an undercover agent. While the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, Putin even burned the KGB files as a mob to enter the agency's headquarters in Dresden. He moved back to Russia and left the agency with the rank of a lieutenant.

    Putin joined the KGB after completing his bachelor's degree at the Leningrad State University today in St. Petersburg in 1975 at 23 years. He was first stationed in St. Petersburg and then moved to East Germany, where he took a junior undercover position as a translator in Dresden. After the collapse of the Soviet Union he joined the urban policy in St. Petersburg. In 1998, he was appointed by President Yeltsin to serve as the Director of the Federal Security Service or the FSB, a position he held for a year. The FSB is the Agency for Domestic Security, Border Guard, Organized Crime, etc. within the Russian Federation.

    As part of his KGB training, Putin also took up Sambo, the Russian martial arts. Putin is so clever in Judo that in November 2012 the International Judo Association granted him a high-ranking 8th Dan, one of the highest grades.

    The Russian writer Sergei Kalenik started an online comic series called "Superputin" in 2011, in which the Russian president saves his nation through Judo-Chopper terrorists.

    After he was posted to the GDR, Putin became fluent in German. However, Putin is less competent in English. He has conversations in English, but there is no confidence in speaking the language publicly, just so on a handful of occasions.

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