(1923 - 1988), joined Directorate I of the Ministry of the Interior in 1953. He used the code name "Borecký" and personal registration number: 164801. Until 1957 he worked in the German Section (targeting West Germany and Austria). From 1954 to 1957 he worked at the residentura in Vienna, from where he was eventually expelled. And from 1957, he worked for the Latin American Section (see: Our Comrade in Havana - Establishment of the Czechoslovak Residentura and Cooperation with Cuban Security Forces). From 1961 to 1964, he served as Chief of Section 2 of Directorate I of the Ministry of the Interior (Latin American countries). From 1 December 1964 to 1969, he directed Section 8 of Directorate I of the Ministry of the Interior (active measures and disinformation). In August 1968 he opposed the occupation of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact troops and from 1969 - 1970 was relegated to the special reserves at the Office for Press and Information. And in 1970 he was found politically unreliable and released from the services of the Ministry of the Interior. In 1974–1982, he cooperated with the StB Prague Division under the code name “Jiřina”.
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