‘For Aleppo not to be in Kyiv’. Tuka has commented the introducing of a martial law

Deputy Minister for Temporary Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons George Tuka has commented the bill about reintegration of NGCA. ‘112 Ukraine’ TV-channel reports.

According to Tuka’s words ‘to call a war the war means to declare a war’.

‘To whom? I have a question to whom? To Russia? Are we ready to it? Are we ready to resist? I have big doubts, based on the fact that I saw a video of how Russia uses aviation, for example in Aleppo. Do we want to watch ‘Aleppo’ in Kyiv, Zhitomir, Lviv, Kharkiv? That’s why we need to interrupt these manipulations and look soberly on all the situation’, the Deputy Minister claimed.

He added that, reading the bill, ‘he hadn’t seen anywhere the introducing of a martial law’.

‘Second, I’m convinced that 99% of our compatriots in their usual life, even if it will be introduced, they won’t feel it. This hysteria, which is reigning last one-and-half-two weeks after Turchynov’s statement about developing a bill, seems to me, it’s artificially heated and I can’t understand what is the point of such an injection’, Tuka reported.

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