"For security reasons": the Kremlin commented on the massive transfer of troops to the south


On Monday, April 5, Vladimir Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov commented on the mass transfer of the Russian military equipment South. The press secretary also mentioned about the alleged "wandering" of military trucks in the Rostov region "with sealed numbers."


Peskov noted that there are no wanderings as such - the redeployment of equipment and troops is taking place according to pre-prepared plans, as the country's leadership considers necessary. The movement of armored vehicles of the Russian Federation does not pose any threat to other states, including Ukraine.

All these maneuvers are made solely for safety reasons

- said the press secretary of the President of Russia.


Peskov sees a danger in the growing escalation on the contact line of the sides in Donbass. In this regard, the main speaker of the Kremlin expresses concern about Kiev's desire to initiate a military solution to the problems of the east of the country - this is evidenced by the frequent shelling of the territories of the LPNR by the Ukrainian army.


Moscow considers the military confrontation between the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the militia forces to be Ukraine's internal affair. At the same time, according to Peskov, the Russian Federation, if necessary, will take all measures to ensure its reliability and stability.
  • Photos used: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. shvn Offline shvn
    shvn (Vyacheslav) April 5 2021 18: 09
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    Sorry for Putin ... He is now like that cow in the bomb bay - and Europe is "got", and in the Donbass the citizens of the Russian Federation live ...
  2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
    Marzhecki (Sergei) April 6 2021 06: 47
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    Quote: shvn
    Sorry for Putin ... He is now like that cow in the bomb bay - and Europe is "got", and in the Donbass the citizens of the Russian Federation live ...

    He himself created this problem, actually.