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KIEV, September 14 /TASS/. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday he had postponed a new wave of army mobilization in Ukraine.
"I have decided to postpone mobilization in view of the ceasefire regime (in eastern Ukraine) and not to announce a new mobilization campaign," Poroshenko said at a meeting with the faction heads of parties that make up the parliamentary coalition adding that a possibility for that had now appeared. He also called for increasing budget to finance the contract army in Ukraine.
Six waves of mobilization have taken place in Ukraine. Last Sunday, September 13, President Poroshenko announced the start of large-scale demobilization in Ukraine.