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Russian observers leave Donbass

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Russian observers leave Donbass


19.12.2017

Starting tomorrow, Russia is ceasing its presence at Joint Center for Parties’ Control and Coordination of Ceasefire and Stabilization of Demarcation Line in Donbass. The Russian Foreign Ministry has advised that the responsibility for aftermath of this decision lies on Kiev, RIA Novosti informs. The Ukrainian authorities made everything possible to make work of our country in Joint Center for Parties’ Control and Coordination of Ceasefire and Stabilization of Demarcation Line impossible. Western partners have been warned about this decision.

Joint Center for Parties’ Control and Coordination of Ceasefire and Stabilization of Demarcation Line was kicked off three years ago. It consisted of representatives of General Headquarters of Russia and Ukraine.

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has emphasized that Kiev is not constructive towards Joint Center for Parties’ Control and Coordination of Ceasefire and Stabilization of Demarcation Line. In particular, Ukraine refused to regulate the center’s performance in a written form. Besides, Kiev created very tense moral and physiological atmosphere and impeded our representatives to fulfil their official duties.

Authorities of unacknowledged Donetsk People’s Republic have expressed gratitude to Russia’s representatives of Joint Center for Parties’ Control and Coordination of Ceasefire and Stabilization of Demarcation Line for enhancement of peace in Donbass. According to Deputy Commander of Donetsk People’s Republic military forces Eduard Basurin, it is very sad that Russian officers had to leave the region. Basurin is sure that this would lead to escalation of the conflict situation in Donbass. He has supposed that a number of provocations from Kiev will increase and OSCE observers would not restrain Ukrainian fighters.

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