Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's Parliament) Dmytro Razumkov said that there are no grounds for providing martial law in Ukraine now. Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported that citing Razumkov.
"The conditions for the introduction of martial law are clearly defined - it is the approval of the presidential decree. But there are no grounds for martial law as for today," the Chairman stated.
However, he assured that the Verkhovna Rada was ready to take immediate action if the need arose.
As it was reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved and submitted to the National Security and Defense Council a development strategy for the military-industrial complex.