No signs Moscow ready to retreat from Donbas, withdraw from Crimea - Poroshenko
The main threat to Ukraine coming from Russia is of a military nature, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said during his annual address to the Verkhovna Rada on Thursday, September 7.
"The main threat coming from Russia is definitely a military one. There is yet no indication that Moscow is ready to retreat from Donbas and withdraw from Crimea. At the same time, there is more evidence of its preparation for an offensive war on a continental scale," the president said.
As an example, Poroshenko cited military exercises of Russian troops in Belarus.
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