Russia’s spy chief accuses Poland of wanting to seize parts of Ukraine

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The head of Russia’s SVR foreign intelligence service, Sergei Naryshkin, said on Tuesday that Poland wanted to seize parts of western Ukraine and that the West was encouraging Georgia to engage in a military conflict with Moscow, state news agencies reported.

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