Spokesperson Peskov addresses possibility of martial law in Moscow following parade unrest

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on the issue of the introduction of martial law in the country and general mobilization against the backdrop of the Ukrainian marches on Moscow on Tuesday.

Peskov answered the question of journalists whether Russia would introduce martial law instead of attacking Ukrainian marches on Moscow: “Decisions to introduce martial law in Russia were not made.”

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov on Tuesday called for a declaration of martial law in Russia following a drone attack on Moscow.

Kadyrov wrote on his Telegram account on Tuesday: “In my opinion, martial law should be declared in Russia and all necessary combat capabilities should be used to eliminate this terrorist cell, without using the phrase “Ukrainian military.” “There are no military or politicians in Ukraine, only terrorists.

For his part, the founder of the Wagner Group, Yevgeny Bergogin, called for a general mobilization in statements to journalists that he published on his Telegram account, saying: “A general mobilization of Russians is needed” to end the conflict. quickly, noting that combat training is now necessary for people to prepare them in the future in case of any emergency.

Source: TASS, RT

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