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Ivan Gershkovich, 31, is a US citizen, her parents are from the Soviet Union.

He was raised in Princeton, New Jersey and graduated in 2010 from Princeton High School.

Gershkovitch studied philosophy at Bowdoin College, Maine, where he played football, graduating in 2014.

His relationship status is unknown.

Why was Ivan Gershkovich in Moscow?

Gershkovich has been living in Moscow since 2017, working as a journalist.

The FSB statement confirmed that Gershkovitch was working with a press credential issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Moscow’s Lefortovo District Court has ordered that American journalist Ivan Gershkovich, 31, be arrested on espionage charges, and held in pre-trial detention until May 29.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Gershkovitch was using his journalistic credentials as a cover for “activities not related to journalism”.

He is the first American reporter to be arrested for espionage in Russia since September 1986, when Nicholas Danilov, the Moscow correspondent for US News and World Report, was arrested by the KGB.

What does Russia say about Ivan Gershkovich?

Pictured: Gershkovitch in Russia.  The FSB said that Ivan Gershkovich was detained in the Ural city of Yekaterinburg while he was allegedly trying to obtain classified information.

Pictured: Gershkovitch in Russia. The FSB said that Ivan Gershkovich was detained in the Ural city of Yekaterinburg while he was allegedly trying to obtain classified information.

On March 30, Putin’s spokesman said: “There was indeed a statement from the FSB.

“The only thing I can say is that, as far as we know, he was caught in the act.”

He did not explain what he believed he was caught “red-handed” for.

A spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said: What an employee of the American version of the Wall Street Journal was doing in Yekaterinburg has nothing to do with journalism.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that foreigners in our country have used “foreign correspondent” status, a visa and journalist accreditation, to cover up non-journalistic activities.

This is not the first known Western to be ‘held by the hand’.

He understood this well, said the Russian freelance journalist Dmitry Kolyzev, but was sure that since he hadn’t done anything illegal, everything would be limited to banal surveillance, perhaps some kind of intimidation.

It turned out to be much worse.

“Ivan is a very brave man, a good journalist, and not a spy at all.”

What is the history of Ivan Gershkovich’s work?

Ivan Gershkovitch is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal covering Russia, Ukraine and the former Soviet Union.

He began his journalism career at The New York Times, where he worked as a news assistant for nearly two years.

He then worked as a correspondent in the Russian capital for The Moscow Times, an English-language news site, until 2020.

Gershkovitch held the position of correspondent for Agence France-Presse before joining The Wall Street Journal in 2022 as their correspondent in Moscow.

His work can also be found in The New York Times, The Economist, MIT Technology Review, Foreign Policy, and Politico Europe, among other publications.

He has been a guest on the BBC, NPR, Deutsche Welle, and France 24, among other outlets.

Yekaterinburg was reportedly working on a story about the private military company Wagner before his arrest.

His most recent article in the Wall Street Journal, published on March 28, dealt with the deterioration of the Russian economy.

In the same month, he wrote about Bakhmut’s front lines in Ukraine, Russian aggression against American planes, and protests in the country of Georgia.

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