"The entire field is filled with military equipment. You cannot walk there, let alone a car. They plowed the entire field with their chains and wheels," the message says.
At the same time, according to eyewitnesses, the military built a whole town out of tents. Flags are flying everywhere, smoke is coming from chimneys, military trucks with water tanks are constantly passing by, a field kitchen is working.
It is noted that the camp is patrolled by military police.
Meanwhile, Russia should stay away from issues related to Ukraine's aspirations to join the NATO. Jens Stoltenberg urged Moscow to refrain from these matters, as he approached the press during the joint brifing with Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.
"It is for the 30 NATO allies to decide when Ukraine is ready for NATO membership and no one else has any right to try to meddle or to interfere in that process. It's a sovereign right of every nation like Ukraine to apply for membership, but that is the right for the 30 allies to decide when membership is going to be offered. This is an important principle because Russia is now trying to re-stablish some kind of sphere of influence, where they try to decide what neighbours can do," he said as quoted by the NATO press office.