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RT published this video item, entitled “Top Navalny aide asked alleged British spy for millions in funding – FSB intelligence video claims” – below is their description.
Surveillance footage, recorded in the early 2010s, appears to show a close associate of Alexey #Navalny seeking cash and #intelligence from an alleged British spy and suggesting his anti-corruption work may benefit firms in London.
The tape, which was first reported by RT television on Monday, is said to have been filmed by the Federal Security Service (FSB) sometime in 2012 and allegedly shows a meeting between Vladimir Ashurkov and an employee of the British Embassy in #Moscow. Ashurkov is the executive director of the FBK, Alexey Navalny’s anti-corruption organization.
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