Kremlin Says Half Of Entire Ukrainian Army Is In Donbass As Blinken Warns Putin: US "Prepared To Act" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Kremlin Says Half Of Entire Ukrainian Army Is In Donbass As Blinken Warns Putin: US "Prepared To Act"

A Wednesday statement out of the Russian Foreign Ministry has charged Kiev with stoking tensions along the Ukrainian border. The statement alleged that over 100,000 Ukrainian troops and military hardware have been moved into the restive Donbass region, where the national forces have been in a stalemate with pro-Russian separatists for half a decade going back to 2014.

While rejecting prior accusations out of Kiev and Washington - and especially Western media - that it's Russia that's stoking tensions by sending 90,000 regular forces near the border, Kremlin spokeswoman Maria Zakharova had this to say: "According to some reports, the number of troops… in the conflict zone already reaches 125,000 people, and this, if anyone does not know, is half of the entire composition of the Armed Forces of Ukraine."

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