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Ukraine calls emergency meeting of security chiefs, important decisions can be made



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President Volodymyr Zelensky called an emergency meeting on Friday.
On Friday, Russian President Putin will sign a treaty involving four Ukrainian regions in Russia.
Russia had organized “referendums” in these four regions of Ukraine.

Kyiv. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will hold an emergency meeting at the highest level on Friday to take “fundamental decisions” in view of Russian plans to annex the four Ukrainian regions. Giving information, an officer said. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russian President Vladimir Putin would attend an event to be held in the Kremlin on Friday at which those territories would officially be included in Russia. Where Russia held an organized referendum on Kyiv and Russian-occupied Ukrainian territory to the west. Zelensky’s office said the National Security and Defense Council would meet on Friday.

“I am sure that important and fundamental decisions for our country will be taken at the meeting,” Council Secretary Oleksey Danilov said. Danilov, who spoke to Ukrainian TV channel 1+1, did not give further details of the meeting. Zelensky has repeatedly declared the so-called referendums illegal and warned of a strong Ukrainian reaction. The National Security and Defense Council is composed of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, the Prime Minister of Defense, Foreign Affairs and the Security Service of Ukraine. He is responsible for working with the President on the development and coordination of national security policy.

You should know that Russia confirmed on Thursday that it would officially bring parts of Ukraine under its jurisdiction. Russia has held a “referendum” in those parts of Ukraine, which the Ukrainian government and Western countries have called illegal. Peskov told reporters on Thursday that the leaders of the four regions would sign treaties to join Russia at an event in the Kremlin’s St. George’s Hall. After Tuesday’s referendum on Russian-held territories in Ukraine, Moscow said residents overwhelmingly support their territories to officially become part of Russia.

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