Tuka: "We can say about certain calmness in Donbas, but how long will it last - this is a question"
"The most vulnerable areas, it seems to me, are Mariupol and Stanitsa Luganska", - said the deputy minister
We can say about the certain calmness in Donbas, but how long will it last - this is a question. This was stated on the air of TV channel "112 Ukraine" by deputy minister on the temporarily occupied territories Georgiy Tuka.
"We can possibly speak about some calmness. This is an objective fact. It is connected with previous agreements. The question is - how long will it last. Unfortunately, I think no one in Ukraine could give us unambiguously clear answer. The most vulnerable areas, seems to me, are Mariupol and Stanitsa Luganska, but it is a question for the military, "- said Tuka.
Answering the question whether Russia is transfering equipment and personnel over the Ukrainian border, Tuka said "Yes".
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