Citizens of Russia won’t be part of OSCE police mission in Donbas: Ukraine’s FM
'The mission should stay in Donbas, until people feel their lives are back to normal', - Klimkin
Servicemen of the Russian Federation won’t be involved in OSCE police mission, although Russia is an OSCE member state, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin stated in an interview to ICTV, ‘Ukrinform’ reports.
‘We aim at making the mission as efficient as possible. In this case, Russia’s armed observers on Ukraine’s territory is nonsense’, - Klimkin said.
The Minister informed, that currently OSCE and parties to the conflict are coordinating placement of the mission.
‘Talking about the police mission, we mean control over the border. We need security in the area before, during and after local elections. Thus, the mission should stay in Donbas, until people feel their lives are back to normal’, - Klimkin added.
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