As indicated by a new report from the BBC, Russia needs to pronounce previous Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych as the new head of Ukraine, the Ukrayinska Pravda news and investigation site has detailed, citing Ukrainian insight.
Yanukovych was expelled during against government fights in 2013-14 and is currently in Minsk, as indicated by the Ukrainian site’s source. He escaped to Russia in 2014.
The Kremlin might be setting up a media activity or crusade to take Yanukovych back to Ukraine, or distribute a location from him to the Ukrainian public, the paper said.
In January the UK said Moscow was plotting to introduce a supportive of Moscow figure to lead Ukraine’s administration.
The Foreign Office named previous Ukrainian MP Yevhen Murayev as a potential Kremlin applicant.