Russian lawmaker wants to kidnap NATO defence minister


A senior Russian lawmaker has suggested kidnapping a NATO defence minister in Ukraine and bringing him to Moscow for questioning about what “orders” the West has been giving to Kyiv.

Oleg Morozov, first elected to the Russian parliament in 1993 and a member of the dominant United Russia party, said the supply of Western arms to Ukraine posed a direct threat to Russia and might require Moscow to review its military aims.


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