Barack Obama: Russian hybrid army in Donbas must comply with ceasefire regime
Obama reminded Putin about the need to give full access to militants-held territories of Donbas to OSCE
President of the USA Barack Obama reminded President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin that Russian hybrid army in Donbas has to comply with the ceasefire regime, it is said in the report on the website of the White House about the telephone conversation between the two Presidents.
Obama emphasized that hybrid Russian-separatist forces in Donbas must stick to the ceasefire regime in eastern Ukraine and provide OSCE with unrestricted access to occupied territories of Donbas, including Ukraine-Russia border.
The Presidents also brought up the issue of withdrawal of troops from Syria.
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