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OSCE observers are in state of shock, - Alexander Hug
10:51, 22 June 2017
OSCE observers are in state of shock, - Alexander Hug

Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE SMM to Ukraine noted that this incident is one of many, which have been registered

10:51, 22 June 2017

Deutsche Welle
 

No casualties reported among the OSCE observers, attacked near the village of Yasynuvata on the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas on June 20, however they are in the state of shock. This was reported by Alexander Hug, Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, in his interview to Deutsche Welle.

“Our employees are not physically wounded, but they are in the state of shock after that intimidatory incident, which happened yesterday (June 20, - ed.) in Yasynuvata,” Hug said.

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The Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the mission noted that this incident is one of many, which have been registered.

“We call on the parties to bring the guilty to responsibility and identify those who committed the crime. We will do on insisting that we are not prevented from doing our job,” Hug added.

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As we reported earlier, the OSCE reported armed members of the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” committed an assault on the observers of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine.

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