Sky News named the source of information about the “pro-Russian candidate” in Ukraine

Since 2018, he has been under Russian sanctions. US data, not UK data,— she tweeted. Subscribe to Twitter RBC Get news faster than anyone else Истoчник rbc.ru Video London has previously stated that it has data on the desire of the Russian authorities to “install a pro-Russian leader in Kiev.” One of the possible candidates of the Foreign Office considers the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Yevgeny Muraev. Sky News: Britain's words about a “pro-Russian leader” in Kiev are based on US intelligence data The British Foreign Ministry announced Moscow's desire to “install a pro-Russian leader in Kiev”, one of the possible candidates is the former Rada deputy Yevgeny Muraev. The British Foreign Office claims that Russian intelligence maintains ties with many former Ukrainian politicians, including former First Deputy Prime Ministers Sergei Arbuzov and Andriy Klyuev, former Prime Minister Minister Mykola Azarov and former Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Volodymyr Sivkovich. In this regard, the statement of the Foreign Office is illogical, he pointed out. According to Sky News, London's claim is based on US intelligence data =”Sky News named the source of information about the “pro-Russian candidate” in Ukraine” /> Evgeny Muraev The British Foreign Office's statement about Moscow's plan to establish a pro-Russian government in Ukraine is based on US intelligence, Sky News journalist Deborah Haynes said on Twitter. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said the findings “shed light on the extent of Russia's involvement in undermining [the situation in] Ukraine,” while Deputy Prime Minister Attorney General Dominic Raab threatened Russia with serious consequences if it tried “to invade” to Ukraine and “install a puppet regime.” Moscow responded by saying that “disinformation spread by the British Foreign Office” another evidence that it is the NATO countries, led by the Anglo-Saxons, who are engaged in the escalation of tension around Ukraine. She urged London to “stop spreading nonsense.” Muraev himself recalled that he was under Russian sanctions. At the same time, the ex-deputy believes that Ukraine needs not pro-Russian or pro-Western politicians, but those who will proceed from the interests of the Ukrainians themselves.