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PARLIAMENT SUPPORTED POROSHENKO 27. 11. 2018.   >>  18:44 0

PARLIAMENT SUPPORTED POROSHENKO

Ukraine: Vote to impose martial law in 10 regions

Ukrainian parliament supported president Petro Poroshenko’s proposal for a 30-day period of martial law in ten of Ukraine’s 27 regions. The regions picked are the ones that could potentially be in the front-line of a Russian strike.

Immediately after, lawmakers voted to set a date for the country’s presidential election — March 31 next year — a move intended to reduce fears that Poroshenko would use martial law to postpone the election and hold onto power.

Tensions between the two countries escalated Sunday when Russia fired on and seized three Ukrainian vessels and their crews.

Poroshenko also pledged to respect the rights of Ukrainian citizens.

Martial law will include a partial mobilization and strengthening of the country’s air defense. The measures before parliament also included vaguely worded steps such as “strengthening” anti-terrorism measures and “information security.”

The Kremlin warned that the martial law may lead to the escalation of conflicts with rebels in the east of the country.

Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters today that it could lead to hostilities in the east of Ukraine.

Ukrainian forces are fighting separatists in the east of Ukraine since 2014, but hostilities have largely dropped after the 2015 truce.

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