Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk asked the heads of state administrations to explain to citizens that " Ukraine is at war ".
according to him, people are required to understand that the country is in a de facto state of war ", reports Regnum." maybe somewhere we'll have to wait to show documents. But This is a security precaution. This is a mandatory program. The story is about the fact that we are at war with a state which has planned dozens of terrorist attacks, and we must do everything in order to protect ourselves, " drew the attention of the Prime Minister.
He also said that law enforcement must have access to civilian video surveillance network, and also in shops and on the streets." Network video surveillance is one of the additional elements of security of Residents, work to prevent crimes. If necessary the enactment of the act, the government of Ukraine will appeal to the Parliament ", - said Yatsenyuk. I realize that certain people will be concerned about enhanced security measures, But citizens must understand what the story is about their lives, their health and security, " He concluded. Before Tuesday, the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada for the first time identified a specific date what they call " the beginning of Russian aggression against Ukraine: February 20, 2014. In addition, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a resolution on " the Repulse armed aggression and overcoming its consequences ", for the proper decision voted 259 deputies with 226 needed. According to the Vice speaker of the Rada Oksana Rawfoodist, It's the 1st law a document which will be designated start date of the Russian-Ukrainian war ". Moscow has stated many times that it is not involved in the events in southeastern Ukraine, is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis. In the capital of Russia emphasize that all the charges against her are unproven. As first noted by the print edition opinion, the first Parliament of Ukraine recognized the Russian Federation as an aggressor "and accused it of supporting" terrorists ", but the country's leader Petro Poroshenko refuses to declare war on Russia and, moreover, does not stop with her trade relations. Kiev continues to buy the "aggressor" coal, gas and electricity.