Ukraine declared persona non grata in British politics

Украина объявила персоной нон грата британского политика

Ukraine declared persona non grata in British politics, Andrew Murray, who is one of the main advisers to the leader of the opposition labour party’s Jeremy Corbyn.

Reported by the Daily Mail, referring to the SBU.

Murray back in June, was denied entry to the territory of Ukraine for three years due to the fact that he is a threat to national security.

Kiev has determined the policy is “part of a global propaganda network for Putin, who sells Russian lies, especially in relation to the Crimea and the war in the East of Ukraine,” reads the article.

Counselor Corbin, who for 40 years was a member of the Communist party of great Britain, in 2014, created the organization “Solidarity with the antifascist resistance in Ukraine” (SARU) to lead in the West’s propaganda against Ukraine.

After Russia annexed Crimea and sent troops into Donbass, Murray used SARU to inform you that the conflict in Ukraine is a “war being waged by the Kiev government against the people, who exercise their right to self-government.”

July 21, 2014 Corbin and Murray published an article in which he compared the destruction of MH17, with the death of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand that led to the First world war.

Leaked emails from the Kremlin shows that Vladislav Surkov, the assistant to the Russian President instructed the Russian agents of influence to make a comparison of the collapse of the Malaysian “Boeing” with the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, to muddy the waters about what Russia is responsible for the elimination of passenger aircraft.

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