The military m & # 39; has an official legal basis for the seizure of & # 39; any property Ukrainians living in & # 39; areas where martial law was imposed, said Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces & # 39; Ukraine Rodion Tymoshenko.
The martial law does not provide for confiscation of & # 39; & # 39 privately owned; Ukrainian. This was announced on 28 & # 39; November during a briefing in & # 39; Kiev by the Deputy Head & # 39; General Staff of the Armed Forces & # 39; Ukraine Rodion Tymoshenko, UKRAINSKAYA reports Pravda.
He stressed that the decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the introduction of martial law does not limit the rights of citizens to seize vehicles or accommodation for troops.
"We should not … intend to seize or other measures, such as the introduction of & # 39; curfew and so on. Currently m & # 39; no official legal basis for this," said Tymoshenko.
Deputy Minister of Defense & # 39; Ukraine Ivan Rusnak asked citizens to call the police in & # 39; these cases.
"If someone in camouflage arrived to pick up a cow or car, or the police is nearby. Contact the police – and only these villas need to be arrested and investigated further", explained.
Rusnak stressed that the Ministry of Defense "has sufficient means to carry and transport all planned shipments."
B & # 39; link with capture & # 39; Ukrainian Russian ships in the Strait area & # 39; Kerch 26 & # 39; in November, the Verkhovna Rada endorsed the decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko to impose martial law for 30 days.
During 26 speaking & # 39; November b & # 39; appeal to compatriots, Poroshenko said: "In the order, do not propose any measures related to the restriction of rights and freedoms of citizens, the Introduction of censorship and the like. "
28 & # 39; December, the President signed the law on the approval of the decree on the introduction of martial law.
According to the decision, the martial law began operating in & # 39; 10 regions & # 39; with Ukraine on 26 & # 39; November.