(ANSA) – LONDON Jan 23 – The Foreign Office has raised suspicions that the Kremlin is considering not only a military incursion into Ukraine, but also a “total invasion and occupation” to stabilize the “Kiev government” – the Russian leadership. This was stated in a statement that the future “possible candidate” for the post of prime minister of Moscow in the neighboring former Soviet republic is “former Ukrainian MP Yevvin Murray”.
The British Foreign Office also claims to have “information” regarding contacts between Moscow’s intelligence services and four other political figures in Kiev: former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, former Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov and Andrey Kluyev, as well as the former Vice President. From the National Security Council, Vladimir Sivkovich, and all of them are under the perceived pro-Russian presidency of Viktor Yanukovych, ousted in 2014.
The Biden administration described the allegations made by London to the Kremlin as “alarming.”
And during the night, Moscow responded tersely, denying London’s accusations as “nonsense.” “We ask the Foreign Ministry to stop spreading nonsense,” the Russian Foreign Ministry wrote on Twitter. (Dealing).
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