The Kremlin denies plans to implement martial law in Russia

the kremlin declared on Thursday that has no plans to implement martial law in some regions of Russia and described as “hoax” the information in this sense that circulates in social networks.

“No, they are hoaxes (…) that people pass on to each other. You have to be very careful with the information so as not to become a victim of rumors and lies“, Said the spokesman for the Russian Presidency, Dmitri Peskov, on that point at a press conference.

Asked about the reaction of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, to the fatal casualties of the Russian forces in Ukraine, which this Wednesday the Ministry of Defence numbered 498, replied: “Like all of us. It’s a great misfortune.”

Of course, it is a great tragedy for all of us. At the same time, all together we express our admiration for the heroism of our military and, without a doubt, their feat will go down in history, the feat in the fight against the Nazis, it can be said, in the fulfillment of this important mission,” he said. Peskov.

He announced that Putin will meet with the Russian Security Council where the march of the “special military operation” in Ukraine that he ordered on February 24 will be addressed.

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