Kremlin says military movements near Ukraine are defensive, pose no threat

The Kremlin said on Thursday that recent Russian troop and military hardware movements near Russia's borders with Ukraine were aimed at ensuring Moscow's own security and were not a threat to anyone. Ukraine's commander-in-chief this week accused Moscow of building up forces near their shared border and said that pro-Russian separatists were systematically violating a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine amid rising tensions. FRANCE 24's Chief Foreign Editor Rob Parsons tells us more.