OSCE: Demining maps in Donbas must be drawn up by March 31
Trilateral contact group signed an agreement prohibiting military trainings with shooting
Parties to Donbas conflict must define districts and draw up a demining map for Donbas, informed OSCE Special Representative Martin Sajdik during a press conference aired by “112 Ukraine”.
The Trilateral contact group in Minsk also signed an agreement prohibiting military trainings with shooting near contact line in Donbas.
“The second decision of the Trilateral contact group was to stop military trainings with shooting near line of contact. This decision concerns all kinds of weapons and will come into force on March 4”, - informed Sajdik.
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