The number of OSCE observers will draw up to 800 people
Till March 2016 the number of OSCE observers will increase to 800 people - said Alexander Hug
“We aim to reach about 800 people till the end of March. Now we have approximately 650. This means we need 150 people more till the end of the month”, - this was published by “Ria Novosti” referring to Alexander Hug, the Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM).
Hug added, that Monitoring Mission will continue its work in 2016, because their work tied up to mandate and not restricted by Minsk agreements.
The Principal Deputy Chief Monitor paid attention to recruit people they will spend money of European taxpayers.
“In this financially hard time we have to be careful with money and thoughtfully consider how to spend or invest them” - explained Hug.
In March 2015 mandate OSCE was prolonged up to twelve months and the number of participants of mission increased to one hundred men.
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