As it became known, the investigation is carried out in 70-year-old Austrian Colonel, retired, who passed the Russian military intelligence information about the migration crisis, the Austrian military aircraft and artillery systems, as well as detailed information on many Austrian high-ranking military.
In August, Kneissl sparked a row in Austria and beyond after she waltzed with Russian President Vladimir Putin and bowed to him at her wedding, with critics saying her behaviour hurt the country's image.
The case has been referred to prosecutors who are now interrogating the unnamed accused spy.
Austria's Defense Minister Mario Kunasek said Vienna was warned several weeks ago by a friendly European intelligence agency about the suspected spy.
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Officials said that the injuries are non-life threatening, and those injured are being treated at Diamond Hospital. National Transportation Safety Board has been notified of the incident, in order to support the investigation.
"We can't say for the moment whether this is an isolated incident or not", Mr Kunasek said.
The case indicated that "even after the end of the Cold War, spying has continued and shows the need to tighten our security network, within Austria and within the defence ministry", Kunasek said.
The country was one of the few European Union member states that did not kick out Russian diplomats following the Novickok poisoning in the United Kingdom of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
"Ironically, but the Russian spy exposed today in Austria also has a similar chance - and this is a chance for today's Austria to take a closer look at today's Russia", Klimkin wrote. The FPO has a "co-operation pact" with Russia's governing United Russia party.
However, Austrian media reported that the colonel had been extremely professional and had worked in the Austrian army's control centre in the state of Salzburg.
According to journalists, the former officer would share contacts stored in the corporate network of the Austrian army with Russian Federation.