OREANDA-NEWS The former chief editor of the Ukrainian version of Forbes magazine, Maxim Kukhar, called on Kiev to urgently send troops to Russia. About this July 27, he wrote on Facebook.

According to him, the transfer of the army is necessary to "support the new democratic government."

“The Ukrainian parliament should now gather and give permission to the commander-in-chief to deploy troops,” Kukhar wrote.

In addition, he offered to teach Ukrainian military to Russian laws so that they could, within the framework of the legislation, act in the territory of a foreign country.

Relations between Moscow and Kiev deteriorated sharply after the 2014 coup d'état in Ukraine. In March of the same year, residents of the Crimea spoke in a referendum for joining Russia, and an armed conflict began in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian authorities consider the peninsula occupied territory, and Moscow is accused of organizing a conflict in the east. Russia claims that the annexation of the Crimea complied with international law. In addition, Moscow denies participation in the conflict in the Donbass.