Yatsenyuk condemns decision allowing Putin send troops to any country

30.09
16:33

Granting the right to Putin to send troops to any country in the world is a step towards destroying the global security system.

KYIV, September 30 / Ukrinform./ Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk has condemned today's decision of the Federation Council, which allows Russian President Vladimir Putin to send troops to any country in the world.

He said this at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers, Ukrinform reports.

He noted that granting the right to the Russian president to send his troops to any country in the world is a step towards destroying the global security system.

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