According to Kosachev, Russia "has never, at any time, seen and, by definition, did not consider" war as a perspective in relations with Ukraine
Konstantin Kosachev, the head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Russian Federation Council, commented on the statement by the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko about the threat of an official offensive by the Russian army.
According to him, Russia "never saw, at any moment and by definition does not consider" war as a perspective in relations with Ukraine.
Remember that President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in an interview with the post "Ukraine" Tuesday evening, November 27, said the need to introduce martial law in Ukraine caused by the threat of a total war with the Russian Federation, as evidenced by the increase of the Russian military contingent near the Ukrainian border.
Reminds, November 27 The Verkhovna Rada adopted the law, which adopted a presidential decree on the imposition of a martial law for 30 days.
Meanwhile, military expert Mikhail Zhirokhov is sure martial law will bring benefits to the Ukrainian army. Thus, with the help of 10 additional combat brigades, Ukraine will strengthen its defense in the South and East directions.
In addition, we talked about what if all the power goes to the army. Siloviki will be given the right to confiscate the property for defense purposes and to control all public information.
For more about martial law enforcement in some regions of Ukraine, see the Segodnya website: Introduction of Martial Law in Ukraine: A Chronicle of Online Events.