The UK Foreign Office named several other Ukrainian politicians it said had links with Russian intelligence services, along with Mr Murayev who is the leader of a small pro-Russia party that has no seats in the Kiev parliament.
The UK government made the claim based on an intelligence assessment amid high tensions between Moscow and the West over Russia's designs on Ukraine.
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