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KIEV, October 7. /TASS/. Any alterations of Ukraine’s state border are out of the question, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday.
“Ukraine’s state border was, is and will be where it is fixed by international treaties, where it is recognized by the international community. The state border is a key element of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine,” the UNN news agency quoted him as saying.
Poroshenko said there could be neither bargaining nor agreements on “alleged border displacement.” Any other interpretations, in his words, were mere political speculation “hitting not only political opponents but the entire country."