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Friday, August 11, 2017

Poroshenko instructed to prepare for partisan war with Russia

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko took part on Tuesday in the scientific-practical conference “Lessons from hybrid wars: the military aspects”, which takes place in the General staff of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine. There he made a statement about the need to establish a base for successful guerrilla warfare on the territory of Ukraine in case of full-scale aggression. Aggression, according to the Ukrainian authorities, can make Russia.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Petro Poroshenko

As the portal reports “112 Ukraine”, urged to prepare materialno-technical base and infrastructure that, in case you need to quickly expand the guerrilla movement in the country. In this regard, according to Poroshenko, it is necessary to optimize the performance of the military-industrial complex to create new facilities for the production of certain weapons.

In addition, in the case of aggression required the building of the territorial defence, concluded Poroshenko. He urged to carefully study this issue with uchtom experience of the past two years. This is necessary to protect important state objects in the depths of Ukrainian territory.

Also in the case of a full-scale invasion must be brushed plan a General mobilization and operation of the country under martial law,” the President said.

He added that at present, a General mobilization is declared, because the campaign of building a professional army runs efficiently.

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