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Russian pranksters tricked British Foreign Secretary David Cameron into a video call by posing as the former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

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Russian pranksters release hoax video call with UK’s David Cameron

Russian pranksters tricked British Foreign Secretary David Cameron into a video call by posing as the former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. During the 15-minute call, discussed by the Foreign Office as a potential Russian distraction tactic, Cameron spoke on sensitive topics, including U.S. military aid for Ukraine and NATO relations. Known as “Vovan and Lexus,” these pranksters have previously duped several Western leaders, asking questions of interest to the Russian state.

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