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    The names of Russians allegedly detained while trying to enter an arms factory in the Albanian city of Gramsci have become known, the Albanian Daily news portal reports.

    Earlier, the director of the plant said that three people were approaching the object, but were seen by the military. Later, a clash took place, as a result of which two Albanian security officials were injured.

    The names of the Russians are reportedly Svetlana Timofeeva, 33, and Mikhail Zorin, 23. The third member of the group has a Ukrainian passport.

    At present, the detainees have been placed in the police station of the Elbasan region, and an investigation has been launched. At the same time, the Russian embassy in Tirana reported that they were not given any information about the detention.

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