The heads of the U.S. and British intelligence agencies expressed their desire to incorporate Russians dissatisfied with the Putin regime in the wake of the armed rebellion in Russia by the private military company Wagener and use them in espionage while incorporating them as intelligence agents. It seems to be aimed at strengthening the collection and analysis of information related to the Putin administration.
Burns, director of the CIA = Central Intelligence Agency of the United States, attended a security forum held in the United States on the 20th and said of the armed rebellion in Russia by the private military company Wagener, "Nothing has attracted us so much. We will not waste this opportunity."
He also expressed his desire to incorporate these Russians as intelligence agents and utilize them in espionage activities.
The day before, on the 19th, Moore, the head of the British foreign intelligence agency MI6, pointed out that Wagener's armed rebellion "exposed the helpless decline of Russia's dictatorship," adding, "We are always waiting, we will always keep secrets, and let's work together to end the bloodshed." He wants to make use of the cooperative relationship with the Russians who are dissatisfied with the regime.
CIA Director Barnes has indicated that they are working together in the same direction as MI6, and it seems that the aim is to strengthen the collection and analysis of information related to the Putin administration.
Meanwhile, Burns and Moore both said they were "optimistic" about the Ukrainian military's ongoing reversal offensive, and that the Russian military could turn the tide for the Ukrainian side in the future due to weakness in the regime and internal turmoil.