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MOSCOW, May 27 /TASS/. Kremlins spokesman Dmitry Peskov has described as inappropriate the question if Russian troops are preparing to intrude into Ukraine. " I consider the question and the wording ‘if an intrusion [into Ukraine] is being prepared’ to be inappropriate," Peskov told journalists on Wednesday when asked whether the active relocation of Russian troops in the southern Rostov region could mean that Russian was preparing to intrude into Ukraine.
"Questions about the relocation of military units in the territory of Russia should be addressed to the Russian Defense Ministry," Peskov said. "Ask them and they will answer you," the presidential press secretary concluded.