14:47 Sep. 6, 2016
It has become harder for Ukraine to secure Western support, the president says
President Petro Poroshenko has urged Ukrainians to mend their differences, saying in an annual address that only unity can keep the country from descending into chaos in the face of what he called a persistent Russian military threat.
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Ukraine has been riven by war in the east, where Russia-backed separatists seized areas of two regions after the Euromaidan protests brought down Moscow-aligned President Viktor Yanukovych in February 2014.
Unity has also been undermined by disputes over legislation on language and communist symbols.
Poroshenko also said it is becoming increasingly difficult for Ukraine to secure Western support in its fight against "Russian aggression."