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a Russian court sentenced a Norwegian man to fourteen years in jail for spying on Tuesday the verdict could strain relations between Moscow and its NATO member neighbor for you to bug a retired god on the Norwegian Russian border pleaded not guilty to spying for No Way he does admit T. handled sensitive material about nucleus of marines on behalf of Norwegian authorities but he says he had no idea he was involved in espionage bug who was arrested more than a year ago what to peel the verdict and plans instead to request a pardon from president Vladimir Putin was the buckets Baptist nourishing governments will do any necessary diplomatic affords to secure a spurs actual Barton and release by diplomatic channels last week Putin seem to leave the door open to a pardon asked about that possibility he said he'd wait for the outcome of the trial and quite we'll take a look at what we can do , Norway's foreign ministry didn't comment on the verdict but said it was working to bring Buck back to Norway