Minsk peace talks: sides set to improve living conditions for orphans in occupied territories of Donbas
The item is the only one agreed upon at today’s negotiations
Parties of Minsk peac negotiations agreed to put in maximum effort to improve living conditions for orphans in occupied territories of eastern Ukraine, OSCE representative Martin Sajdik informed at a press conference following the negotiations.
“The only item we agreed upon is to do everything possible to improve the lives children, who has lost their parents”, - Sajdik stated.
It has been reported earlier, that pro-Russian militants stall exchange of captives.
The previous meeting of the Group took place on April 29; back then, the sides agreed that the ceasefire would be established, at least for the Easter period. Militants somewhat stepped down with their combat activity, but it was not enough to make the ceasefire hold for a while.
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