Tuck does not see now the appropriateness to impose martial law

Deputy Minister for the occupied territories George Tuck does not see the feasibility of the introduction of martial law.

He said this on air of ICTV TV channel, writes “Ukrainian truth”.

“I don’t see the need to introduce martial law,” he said.

But Tuck believes that in periods when the state is threatened, it is necessary to allow the country’s leadership to take control of strategic objects that are not in its ownership.

“I believe it appropriate to consider the introduction or not the introduction of martial law, and it is better to grant any Executive authority the possibility in the case of real public danger, to take temporary control over strategically important enterprises,” he concluded.

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We will remind that the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin does not exclude the introduction of martial law in Ukraine in case of deterioration of the security situation.

However, in his opinion, individual countries could be at war and not to impose martial law. Klimkin said that Russian aggression is far more than war.