OSCE driver goes missing in Luhansk region
He left Stakhanov to Donetsk region and never got in touch since June 6
An OSCE driver went missing in Luhansk region, reports the press service of the National Police office in Luhansk region.
A woman called to Severodonetsk police department on June 6 saying she’d lost contact with her husband who works as a driver for the OSCE monitors approximately at 9 a.m. on June 4.
The man left militant-controlled Stakhanov, took a bus to Donetsk region, in order to get his car and return home. As of June, 6 he hasn’t returned home and his cellphones are off.
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