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Ukraine's Rada passes law allowing foreign troops in Ukraine

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Ukraine's parliament Friday passed a law allowing foreign military units to enter the country for joint exercises. Two hundred and seventy-three deputies voted in favor of the decision, with 226 votes needed.
KIEV, August 4 (RIA Novosti) - Ukraine's parliament Friday passed a law allowing foreign military units to enter the country for joint exercises.

Two hundred and seventy-three deputies voted in favor of the decision, with 226 votes needed.

The approval ends the long-running controversy over the presence of foreign troops on the Ukrainian territory.

Ukraine's parliament earlier this year banned foreign troops from participating in military exercises in the country and the defense ministry had to cancel several joint exercises with the United States and NATO in May and June.

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