Ukraine’s Parliament has agreed to extend martial law, which gives the military greater power to police civilians, by 90 days. President Volodymyr Zelensky asked the Ukrainian Parliament to approve a bill extending martial law in the country for another 90 days, starting May 25. Follow satiknews.com for more information.
Lawmaker Yaroslav Zheleznyak announced on Sunday that Parliament has also approved the law on prolonging general mobilization of Armed Forces in the country until 23 August A Russian lawmaker announced on Sunday that Parliament had also approved a law prolonging the country’s ‘general mobilization’ until August 23, according to Xinhua news.
Ukraine first imposed martial law on Feb. 24, the day conflict broke out between Russia and Ukraine. The martial law has been extended twice.
There was a general mobilisation of the population in Ukraine on February 24th, which lasted for three months.
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