An overwhelming debate on the military situation and the act of armed aggression against the naval ships of Ukraine took place during the public-political talk show The right to power on the channel 1 + 1.
At the fifth year of the war, Ukraine was the first to be under the influence of a martial law that frightened everyone with uncertainty. It was implemented partly in 10 areas, and so far only for 30 days. However, the situation in the Sea of Azov is aggravated. Russia blocks the work of Ukrainian ports in Berdyansk and Mariupol. In Russian Polonium - 24 Ukrainian sailors. Will Ukraine be able to defend its right to freely use the Azov Sea and the Kerch Strait? How does the government plan to use military status? But how can a state of war affect the economy of the country and all of us? This and many other leading programs The Right to Power Natalia Moseychuk and Sergei Ivanov spoke with Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin, people's deputies Arthur Gerasimov, Sergei Pashynsky, Oleg Lyashko, Victor Bondar, Oleksandr Shevchenko, deputy director of TsDAKR Mikhail Samusem, Executive Director of the International Fund Blazer Oleg Ustenko, a lawyer of captives of Ukrainians Eden Semedliavov and others.