OSCE urges to open Donetsk-Horlivka route for civilians
The decision to open the route depends on both sides of Donbas conflict
Both sides of Donbas conflict must withdraw their troops from the line of contact in order to open Donetsk-Horlivka route for civilian transport, informed Deputy Head of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Alexander Hug informed “Interfax-Ukraine”.
“We witnessed extensive military operations around this territory (Donetsk-Horlivka route). Civilians using this route would have been under threat. I reiterate: safety measure cannot justify the fact that this route is permanently closed for civilians”, - Hug stated.
He also mentioned that the decision to open Donetsk-Horlivka route for civilians depends on both sides of the military conflict.
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