If men in camouflage uniforms came to take shelter, call the police.

Если люди в камуфляже пришли забирать жилье, вызывайте полицию - Генштаб

Deputy chief of the General staff of the Armed forces, the Tymoshenko Rodion

The General staff declared that it is necessary to call the police if the man in uniform asks you to give their property.

If in Ukraine during a state of military emergency will arise cases of arbitrariness of people in uniform, should be reported to law enforcement. This was at the briefing said Deputy chief of the General staff of the Armed forces Rodion Tymoshenko, reports 112 Ukraina on Wednesday, November 28.

According to him, the military situation does not provide for the confiscation of private property.

“Today, the government I also asked this question, why in Mariupol and Berdyansk representatives of the city administration go in camouflage. When I set a task and our Commissar checked on the ground – no one in the camo does not go. That is, someone engaged in such work, deliver information, which is not true. If someone in camouflage uniforms came to take the cow or the car – is the police. Contact the police – these rascals just need to arrest and continue to investigate,” – said Tymoshenko.

As reported, the martial law came into effect on Wednesday, November 28. He claims the presidential decree on introduction of martial law for 30 days in Vinnytsia, Luhansk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Sumy, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Donetsk, Zaporozhye, Kherson regions and the internal waters of Ukraine the Azov-Kerch water area.

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