The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation was the main organization tasked with the security of the Russian Federation. It was the successor organization of the KGB, and acquired an impressive collection of items from its predecessor.
Among the items in its collection was Indiana Jones' journal, acquired in Peru in November 1957. Due to the highly sensitive nature of its contents, the diary (marked as item number 71-8313-HJJ) was classified as confidential material. They provided a facsimile of this journal to intelligence operatives in North Korea's Research Department for External Intelligence, China's Ministry of State Security, and the America Department of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee.