Mon. May 10th, 2021

A top Russian Official has warned that Moscow could intervene to help its citizens in eastern Ukraine as tensions rise in the region.

Ukraine's President Zelensky has been visiting troops in the region

A top Russian Official has warned that Moscow could intervene to help its citizens in eastern Ukraine as tensions rise in the region. 

Reports say sporadic fighting has increased in the Donbos region in eastern Ukrian with clashes between Russian backed separatist and Ukraine troops.         

The Russian official Kozak, told a Moscow conference, that Russian forces could intervene to defend the rebels. Correspondents reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zewlensky visited the region yesterday to see the locations of the escalation and be with the soldiers in their tough times in Donbas.

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