OSCE is planning to open observation points in Avdiivka and near the mine in Donetsk
Both points will be equipped with cameras - said deputy of OSCE mission Oleksander Hug
OSCE mission is planning to open two observation points in Avdiivka and near the mine “Oktaberskaya” in Donetsk area.
“We are planning to open two new observation points”. - says Olexander Hug and adds that one of the points will be on the territory of Donetsk People`s Republic and another one - on the territory, controlled by Ukrainian Government.
Yesterday representatives of OSCE opened patrol base in Gorlivka. And another two - in areas, controlled by Ukrainian Government in Volnovaha (Donetsk area) and Novoaidar (Luhansk area).
Another one is located in Stakhanov. This territory is controlled by pro-Russian militans.
OSCE mission reports they are also considering to open an observation point in Debaltsevo.
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