Alexander Vorobyov won’t listen to “spit and snot” leaders of the camp sites
The head of Henichesk district, Alexander Vorobyov grateful to the Ukrainian leadership for the military situation in the Kherson region.
The head of the Henichesk regional state administration Oleksandr Vorobyov is ready to withdraw for a time from entrepreneurs camp sites along the Arabat spit, to accommodate the greatest possible number of soldiers.
He said this during the press conference, report Nikvesti Wednesday, November 28.
“I received a question from the leadership of the country, how much I can post here for the military. I when representatives of the media, I note that I will place here as military as necessary to protect our site and all Ukraine. And it is 40 km Arabat spit. All recreation centers,” – said Vorobyov.
He stressed that “will not listen to the drool and snot” some heads of agencies that will say that they have sealed the premises for the winter.
“Everything is open, and someone will send where it is necessary and how much is necessary”, – noted the official.
He also thanked the Ukrainian leadership for the Declaration of martial law in the Kherson region, Genichesk because the area is located next to the annexed Crimea.
As you know, the martial law came into force today, November 28. The law says a presidential decree on the 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 in the Azov-Kerch water area.
President Petro Poroshenko has promised not to prolong the martial law imposed in the country until December 26.
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