Russia dismisses allegations of trying to install pro-Kremlin leader in Ukraine

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Russia has dismissed allegations made by Britain that Moscow planned to replace Ukraine’s government with a puppet administration as ‘disinformation’ and ‘nonsense’.

The man who’s said to be being lined up for power, Yevhen Murayev, wrote on Facebook that Ukraine needed new politicians.

Sky’s Defence and Security Editor Deborah Haynes reports.

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