Putin says situation in illegally annexed parts of Ukraine ‘extremely difficult’

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Putin says situation in illegally annexed parts of ukraine ‘extremely difficult’

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Vladimir Putin released a statement on Russia’s Security Services Day, ordering the federal authorities to step up surveillance at the country’s borders to prevent risks from threats abroad and ‘traitors’ at home. The Russian president goes on to say the situation in the illegally annexed parts of Ukraine, Donetsk and Luhansk, is ‘extremely difficult’ and ordered security services to ensure the safety of people living there

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