KIEV (Realist English). On March 9, President of the Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky signed a law allowing all Ukrainians to use weapons during the period of martial law. On March 3, Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada adopted a bill “On ensuring the participation of civilians in the protection of the Ukraine.”
The text of the document states that during the period of martial law, citizens of the Ukraine, as well as foreigners and stateless persons legally residing in the country, can receive firearms and ammunition for it. “The use of firearms obtained in accordance with this law by civilians is carried out similarly to the use of weapons by military personnel when they perform tasks to repel armed aggression against the Ukraine in accordance with the procedure approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. Civilians are obliged to hand over their firearms and unused ammunition to the National Police of the Ukraine no later than 10 days after the termination or cancellation of the martial law,” the law says.
Kirill Dzhavlakh, deputy editor-in-chief of the Realist InformationAgency, believes that with this law Zelensky accelerated the “somalization” of the Ukraine and the country’s descent into chaos:
“By his decision, the leader of the Kiev narcocracy Zelensky put ordinary citizens of the Ukraine under bullets. He actually called on civilians to take up arms and resist the professional military. Such are the rules of any military conflict: if a soldier sees an armed man, he will not examine what the goals and intentions of this individual are, whether this is a dummy weapon in his hands or a real one. Instead, he eliminates the potential threat. In the country, cases of lynching and shooting of peaceful unarmed citizens by nationalist security forces and territorial defense unitshave become more frequent, and now tragic stories will multiply exponentially.
Taking into account that so far the President of the Ukraine has already released war criminals from prisons and distributed weapons to the so-called territorial defense units, with this decision he has accelerated the “somalization” of the Ukraine and descent of the country into chaos.”
On February 28, the head of the Kiev regime made a decision to release from prison prisoners with combat experience. According to him, this way war criminals “will be able to compensate for their guilt in the hottest spots.”
On the morning of February 24, the Supreme Commander Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special military operation in the Ukraine. The special operation forestalled and thwarted a large-scale offensive on the Lugansk and the Donetsk People’s Republics, which are not controlled by the Kiev regime, by the shock groups of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in March of this year.