Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that other states should not be concerned about the movement of the Russian army on the territory of the country. According to him, these actions do not pose a threat to other states.
Peskov added that the Russian army “moves on Russian territory in the directions it sees fit, in the way it sees fit.” This is done to “ensure the reliable security of our country.”
This is how he commented on reports of troop movements in the Rostov region. The Kremlin speaker added that Russia poses no threat to any country in the world, “including not a threat to Ukraine.” However, the Russian Federation “is always very attentive to its own security.”
Meanwhile, the leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR), Denis Pushylin, said that Kiev threatened a full-scale attack on Donbass. According to him, “Ukraine has everything ready for it.