There’s no reason to panic, Poroshenko tells security officials
There is no reason to panic about the security situation in Ukraine, the country’s president, Petro Poroshenko, told defense officials at a meeting in Kyiv on Friday.
The press secretary of the head of the state, Svyatoslav Tsegolko, reported the president’s words on Friday in a posting on his Facebook page.
"We possess the forces and means to protect the country. There is no reason to panic," Poroshenko told the country’s top security officials, according to Tsegolko.
According to the spokesperson, the president was calm and confident.
In turn, the security officials at the meeting reported to the president on the measures they have taken for the protection of Ukraine.