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Senior diplomats fear Vladimir Putin could try to use the growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine as a pretext for invasion.NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said: ‘It just confirms the fact that we see a continuous flow of weapons and fighters from Russia into eastern Ukraine and it is a clear demonstration of continued Russian involvement in the destabilisation of eastern Ukraine.’Condemnation: Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, left, told Birtain about the attacks today.Moscow denied its forces had entered Ukraine, and accused Kiev of trying to sabotage deliveries of aid.But Mr Poroshenko said the ‘given information was trustworthy and confirmed because the majority of the machines had been eliminated by the Ukrainian artillery at night’.‘Both leaders also agreed on finding a political solution to de-escalate the situation and the Prime Minister welcomed President Poroshenko’s readiness to engage with Russia and other partners to achieve this.
“This is something that is part of the Vienna document, an agreement regulating transparency and predictability relating to military exercises.
Thousands of Russians have paid their final respects to Boris Nemtsov on Tuesday when the murdered Kremlin critic was laid to rest - just as a second woman came forward to claim she had been dating him.
The attack came as investigators said that they had not ruled out Nemtsov's private life as a cause of his murder, but claimed the most likely scenario was that he was killed by Ukrainian secret services in a plot involving a former English public schoolboy.
'If you look at what people say of the killing, the versions differ. But they all agree that Russian state television created this atmosphere that leads to this.'As mourners gathered, Russian investigators used prominent Izvestia newspaper to highlight their claims the killing was the work of the Ukrainian Secret Services, alleging a role by Adam Osmayev, a Chechen who attended former pupil at Wycliffe College in Stroud, and Buckingham University.
Previously accused of a plot to assassinate Putin, he was held in jail in Ukraine, which refused to extradite him to Russian, before emerging to fight on the government side for a volunteer battalion against pro-Moscow rebels.'According to the sources in law enforcement, Ukrainian secret service and Chechen rebels led by Adam Osmayev are behind the murder of the politician,' reported Izvestia, which has close ties to Russian intelligence.