Poroshenko ordered to bring Ukrainian troops on the border with Crimea and the ATO zone on highest alert
The President held a meeting with the leaders of the security forces and the Ministry of Interior
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko ordered to the heads of law enforcement agencies to bring units near the administrative border with Crimea and the area ATO in the Donbass region on highest alert. This was stated in a message on his page on Twitter.
"Ordered to bring all units on borders with the Crimea and the entire line of the collision in the Donbas on high alert", - Poroshenko said.
Earlier, the assistant head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine Oleh Slobodyan reported that Russia is building up its armaments at the administrative border between Crimea and Ukraine. In particular, according to him, the Russian military, who had arrived for the rotation, are better equipped.
Доручив привести в посилену бойову готовність всі підрозділи в районах адмінкордону з АРК та по всій лінії зіткнення на Донбасі— Петро Порошенко (@poroshenko) 11 августа 2016 г.
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