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New Ukrainian Bill Threatens to Intern Russian Citizens Living in Ukraine / Sputnik International

Poroshenko shows alleged passports of Russian military fighting in Ukraine at the Munich Security Conference on February 7.

Ukrainian President Poroshenko has submitted a bill to his country’s parliament allowing for the internment of Russian citizens living in Ukraine.

Russian citizens living in Ukraine can be interned in line with the bill on “The legal regime of martial law”, submitted by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to his country’s parliament on Friday.

According to a memorandum to the bill, “measures on the legal regime of martial law include internment (forced settlement) of nationals of a foreign state which threatens to attack or carries out aggression against Ukraine.”

On January 27, the Ukrainian parliament adopted a bill recognizing Russia as an aggressor country. [read more]

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The minute this idiot started the ATO instead of pursuing diplomacy he lost half the country through these punitive acts, mentally he has alienated them.
On the orders of Washington the leadership continue to pursue this anti-Russian policy which is leading them to disaster. Trade is gone, people are leaving and where is the replacement industry and jobs from Europe and America?