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Ula Yarkhov is a fictional KGB assassin who is briefly mentioned during a slide-show of active female assassins in the 1987 James Bond film, The Living Daylights. Her performer is unknown.


After an assassination attempt is made on supposed Soviet defector, Georgi Koskov, James Bond and Q trawl through the British Secret Service's records of female KGB assassins to determine the identity of the mysterious cellist sniper.

One of the records belongs to a female KGB assassin named Ula Yarkhov. Responsible for three confirmed assassinations and possibly a further two, Yarkov's method is described as "strangulation by hands or thighs," a technique which would later be used by assassin Xenia Onatopp.

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