The law on national resistance that came into force on January 1 in Ukraine could lead to “destabilization of the situation in the country and complete chaos,” said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. Her words are quoted by TASS.
Zakharova expressed concern that “with a high degree of probability, weapons could fall into the hands of radical nationalists poorly controlled by the authorities.”
According to her, “forced Ukrainization” is now intensifying. She recalled that on January 16, a law on the provision and functioning of the Ukrainian language as the state language will come into force in Ukraine.
“According to this novel, print media should be published in Ukrainian. It already smacks of real repression,” Zakharova said.
Recall that, according to the law that has entered into force, national resistance involves the most extensive involvement of Ukrainian citizens in ensuring the military security of the state.
As Yuriy Galushkin, Commander of the Territorial Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, explained, brigades and battalions will be created that can be staffed with their own reservists in a short time, who will be ready to begin combat missions.
Earlier it became known about the plans of the Ukrainian defense department to put pregnant women and women with small children on military records.