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KIEV, March 07. /ITAR-TASS/. Igor Tenyukh appointed by the Supreme Rada as acting Ukrainian defense minister has decided to call away all the 26 Ukrainian servicemen trained in higher military schools in Russia, the Defense Ministry's press service said on Friday.
Tenyukh decided to abrogate the contract of December 28, 2011, on training of Ukrainian servicemen in the Russian Defense Ministry's military educational institutions and recall the servicemen, the press service said, adding the officers would continue serving in Ukraine.