August 17, 2022
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Ukraine crisis: Russia has deployed 7,000 more troops to border, US official claims – live

Multiple reports contradict Moscow’s claim of partial drawdown; western leaders prepare for security conference in Munich this weekend

The so-called “golden visas” offering fast-track residency in the UK for wealthy foreign investors are expected to be scrapped by the British government amid concerns over links between Russia and the UK and against the backdrop of mounting tensions, the BBC is reporting.

A government source confirmed reports of an announcement due next week on tier 1 investor visas, which offer residency to those spending at least £2m, the broadcaster says.

Armed forces of Ukraine have rudely violated the ceasefire regime, using heavy weapons, which, according to the Minsk agreements, should be withdrawn.”

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