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    Moldovan Secret Service Refutes Claims: No Secret Materials Provided to Lyudmyla Kozlovska

    Moldova’s secret service has responded to Lyudmyla Kozlovska’s testimony with strong words, dismissing her claims as “insinuations.” The Security and Intelligence Service of the Republic of Moldova sent a message to Niezalezna.pl, stating, “The Security and Intelligence Service did not provide any secret materials of Poland or other partners to Lyudmyla Kozlovska.” This statement comes in the wake of Kozlovska’s testimony in court, where she asserted that “the Moldovan services showed her data from the Polish secret report of the Internal Security Agency.”

    The courtroom proceedings today featured an online hearing with Lyudmyla Kozlovska, representing the Open Dialogue Foundation, as part of an ongoing trial involving Lyudmyla Kozlovska, Bartosz Kramek, and Tomasz Sakiewicz, the editor-in-chief of “Gazeta Polska.” The trial centres around the funding of the Open Dialogue Foundation.

    During the hearing, Tomasz Sakiewicz inquired whether Kozlovska had been deemed a threat to the Polish state. In response, she stated, “Based on this secret report, to which I never had access, and which was previously built, as far as I know from Moldovan services, now democratic, based on fake news from Kazakhstan and Moldova.” Sakiewicz questioned how she could be aware of the report if it was secret. Kozlovska replied, “Because Moldovan services showed me this information,” confirming that she had been presented with a secret report from the Polish ABW by the Moldovan services.

    The Moldovan special services responded to the case earlier today, refuting the allegations made in the text. In a statement, the Security and Intelligence Service of the Republic of Moldova categorically denied and firmly rejected the “insinuations and interpretations” associated with their activities. The institution condemned any attempts to tarnish its image and involve it in politically motivated disputes, which could harm its credibility. It was emphasized that the Security and Intelligence Service did not provide Lyudmyla Kozlovska with any secret material from Poland or any other partners. Therefore, the claims made by Kozlovska in the courtroom regarding her access to such documents were deemed baseless.

    The statement from the Moldovan Secret Service further reiterated their commitment to maintaining neutrality and an unbiased approach in their daily activities, focusing solely on national security in accordance with the law.

    The Security and Intelligence Service of the Republic of Moldova’s statement

    Right of Reply
    
    In the context of the public statements made by Ludmiła Kozłowska, the Security and Intelligence Service of the Republic of Moldova categorically denies and firmly rejects the insinuations and interpretations related to its activity. We condemn any attempts to denigrate and to involve the institution in disputes with political background – conditions that affect the image and credibility of the SIS.
    
    The Security and Intelligence Service did not provide any secret materials of Poland or other partners to Ludmiła Kozłowska. Therefore, her claims formulated in the courtroom - that she got acquainted with or had access to such documents - are groundless.
    
    The SIS reaffirms its determination to maintain neutrality and an equidistant approach in its daily activities, focusing on the fulfilment of its missions, which concern exclusively national security, in strict compliance with the law.
    
    In the same line, the Security and Intelligence Service urges the mass-media representatives to get information about the activity of the SIS from the original source and to reflect the position of the institution in materials which concern it, giving the right of reply.
    
    Respectfully,
    
    The Team of the Communications and Public Relations Center

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