Yatseniuk: Plan on incursion of Russian troops into Ukraine being realized in eastern regions
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has said that a plan to destabilize the situation is being realized in eastern Ukraine.
"I would like to address, first and foremost, all residents of the eastern regions of Ukraine. Everyone understands that they are realizing an anti-Ukrainian, anti-Donetsk, anti-Luhansk and anti-Kharkiv plan, a plan to destabilize the situation, a plan to ensure that foreign troops could cross the border and capture the territory of the country. We won't allow that," he said, while opening a government meeting on Monday.
Yatseniuk said he was confident that residents of these regions would like to live in a united country.