The UK has claimed that Russia’s intelligence agency FSB has deployed several operatives in Ukraine to launch coups after launching an initial invasion strike.
Unnamed British intelligence officials said that the plot was “a central invasion scenario” that would prevent “bloody and high-risk urban warfare”.
Despite the UK’s claim, there is still no evidence that has been made public while Ukrainian officials have not confirmed the presence of the alleged FSB operatives.
Russia has always denied it has any plans to attack Ukraine while Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy has downplayed recent invasion rumours.
“Right now, the people’s biggest enemy is panic,” said Zelenskyy on US reports that Russia could invade as early as February 16.
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