Germany and France are interested in “Sajdik plan”, which earlier was rejected by Ukraine. It offers the peaceful settlement of Donbas conflict, as European Truth outlet reported. The author of the “plan” is the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office to the Trilateral Contact Group in Minsk, Martin Sajdik.
“Peaceful plan of Sajdik” was supported by German Ambassador Ernst Reichel and French Ambassador Isabelle Dumont. They have emphasized that it is worth attention.
“The main goal is to create the conditions for the deployment of the peacekeeping mission in Donbas under the aegis of the UN and OSCE. This document really contains important ideas, which would be useful,” Reichel said.
Isabelle Dumont confirmed this idea. She thinks that this plan should be considered and be taken into account for the settlement of Donbas conflict. The ambassadors state that “Sajdik plan” was created not to replace Minsk Agreements but to complement them.
On January 28, Martin Sajdik provided a new plan of the peaceful settlement of Donbas conflict. The close cooperation of the UN and OSCE under the unified leadership, the creation of Agency on Reconstruction, temporarily administration, and amnesty entered the list of the plant.
Earlier Sajdik said that the OSCE did not come out with a proposal to send a joint OSCE and UN mission to Donbas.