The Estonian officer was kept at home the documents with the state secret

In Estonia, Harju court sentenced the former captain of the defence forces of Estonia Ivo Uraca to two and a half years imprisonment, of which seven months he will spend in prison. About it reports “112 Ukraine”.

Yurak carried away with work documents containing state secrets and kept them at home, thereby illegal access to state secrets. Uraca was found guilty under article of the Penal code, which States that the disclosure of state secrets is not related to treason or espionage.

In addition, he appointed a trial period in four years. Uraca also accused of illegal surveillance and unlawful use of a weapon.

He was detained by security police on 29 August 2016, after which the court issued a warrant for his arrest.

The convict until 2016 served as staff-officer in command of the armed forces. Prior to that, he served as chief of intelligence of the Scout battalion and chief of staff of the Security battalion.

We will remind, in Estonia fear that the Russians will provoke the British NATO troops in various incidents in order to discredit them in the eyes of the locals. This was stated by Director of information Department of Estonian (intelligence Agency subordinate to the Ministry of defence) Mikk Marran.