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Ukraine: Boris Johnson rejects 'NATO proxy war' allegations, as Russia cuts gas supplies

Relatives of Mykola Moroz, 47, gather during a funeral service at his home at the Ozera village, near Bucha, Ukraine, on Tuesday, April 26, 2022.
Relatives of Mykola Moroz, 47, gather during a funeral service at his home at the Ozera village, near Bucha, Ukraine, on Tuesday, April 26, 2022. Copyright AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti
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By Euronews with AP, AFP
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Johnson said in a TV interview “They are trying to frame this as a conflict between Russia and the West, or Russia and NATO. That’s not what is going on.”

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The UN Secretary General visited Russia for talks on Tuesday, meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and President Vladimir Putin.

The visit came as Kyiv's mayor, Vitali Klitschko, made a plea for more Western weapons, and Russia's state-owned Gazprom said it would cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria.

Meanwhile, Russian attacks continued against targets in Ukraine, with the US defence secretary saying that he believes Ukraine can still win the fight.

Read our blog below to see how events unfolded on Tuesday 26 April:

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