Military trucks drive from Russia to Luhansk region controlled by militants, - OSCE report

Source : 112 Ukraine

An OSCE drone recorded a truck convoy at the village of Cheremshyno
15:49, 8 June 2020


The OSCE observation mission reported on military vehicles drove in and out of the Luhansk region territory controlled by militants. The vehicles moved to and from Russia. This is stated in the OSCE SMM report.

So, from 20:40 on June 4 to 00:24 on June 5, an OSCE UAV recorded a convoy of trucks at the village of Cheremshyno that drove into the occupied Luhansk region, and the second convoy that traveled to Russia. They drove to a place where there are no border checkpoints.

In particular, it is noted that on the night of June 4, a convoy of 10 vehicles reached Luhansk and arrived "at the site" in a city uncontrolled by the government.

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Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Ukraine will not go to direct negotiations with the militants of the self-proclaimed "DPR" and "LPR", and will only engage in dialogue with the Kremlin. Kuleba said this on the air of the program “Freedom of Speech of Savik Shuster” on one of the Ukrainian TV channels, as RBC reports.

"(...) one of our red lines, the principle, which infuriates our Russian neighbors - we will not enter into direct dialogue with the so-called “DPR/LPR,” Kuleba noted.

He stressed that the Ukrainian side would only conduct negotiations on the Donbas directly with Russia, as it is part of the Trilateral Contact Group.

As we reported before, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Ukraine was ready to discuss the special status of Donbas and Crimea within Ukraine.

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