Prison service special unit officers wait outside Moscow's high-security Lefortovo prison July 8, 2010. Russia and the United States appeared to be considering a spy swap on Wednesday to send home a ring of suspected Russian agents whose arrest cast an unwelcome Cold War chill over warming diplomatic ties. Officials for both governments declined to confirm a deal was in the works as U.S. federal prosecutors unsealed formal charges against the group. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)Spy swap USA-Russia: Two agents stranded in England – After the spectacular agents exchange between the nations of the United States and Russia in Vienna, two agents from the Russian side were reported to be stranded near London.

Housed in a hotel in England, Igor Sutyagin (weapons expert) and Sergei Skripal (former Colonel of the secret service) are still dressed in prison clothes and reportedly have no orientation, visa or money.

Especially Igor Sutyagin seems to be uncertain about his further moves in the coming days, since he has mixed feelings about a return to Russia.

While recognizing that Sutyagin and other Russian agents are amnestied by the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, however, Igor Sutyagin first wants to obtain information about the current situation before dropping a final decision about his future.

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