Ukraine's ex-president says he was blocked from leaving country
Ukraine's ex-President Petro Poroshenko said he had been stopped from leaving the country on Friday morning in what he described as a politically motivated bid to disrupt his work.
Poroshenko, who led Ukraine from 2014 to 2019 and is now an opposition lawmaker, posted a video of himself at a border crossing with Poland, saying he had been turned away and holding up papers that he said showed he had official permission to cross.
Under martial law, Ukrainian officials have to get special approval to travel abroad.
The Ukrainian parliament's...