BuzzFeed News was the first to report that Carter Page, an energy consultant who worked for the Trump campaign, first came in contact with Russian intelligence operative Victor Podobnyy at an energy conference in NY in January 2013 and subsequently "met with, e-mailed with, and provided documents to [Podobnyy] about the energy business", according to a sealed F.B.I. complaint. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents say in the court record that they interviewed "Male-1" in June 2013. And Page told BuzzFeed the talks didn't include "anything sensitive". So your conclusion is correct: "no mention of any such extraneous details".
Page, a longtime energy executive, is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who rose through the ranks at Merrill Lynch before founding his current firm, Global Energy Capital. He flew back to Russia on April 5 on a commercial flight and was turned over to Russian authorities, immigration officials said.
What's interesting here is that Page - who has been mentioned alongside Roger Stone, Michael Flynn, and Paul Manafort as former Trump associates with questionable connections to Russia - had previously told BuzzFeed News he never had any contact with Russian agents.
"I also promised him a lot", Podobnyy said, according to the filing.
Page - an energy consultant with strong business ties to Russia but little name recognition in foreign policy circles - was named an adviser to Trump's campaign in early 2016 but was axed amid reports of a federal probe into his potential communications with Russian senior officials. "You promise him a favor for a favor". Prince, who did not have a formal role with the Trump campaign or transition team, approached al-Nahyan about setting up the meeting, saying he was an unofficial Trump envoy, The Post reports.
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According to ABC News, court documents indicate that the suspected Russian spies never successfully recruited Page for any nefarious objective.
Evidence presented in court suggested Buryakov worked in the United States for four years as a Russian agent while posing as an employee of the Vnesheconombank in New York City, the release added. "You get documents from him and tell him to go [expletive] himself". Several Russian banks - but not VEB - have been lobbying to lift or ease the sanctions since they were imposed.
It all revolved around contacts that Page had with Evgeny Buryakov, an undercover operative of the Russian SVR intelligence agency, and Victor Podobnyy, a recruiter.
Castro is a member of the House committee investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
"While in Moscow, he gives a speech critical of the United States and other western countries for what he believes is a hypocritical focus on democratization and efforts to fight corruption."But because he was assigned to Russia's United Nations mission, Podobnny received diplomatic immunity and left the USA without facing the charges, according to court records. He was sentenced to 30 months in prison and was due to have been released from a federal prison in Elkton, Ohio, on Saturday, and returned to Moscow.