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OSCE spots van with “Cargo 200” going to Russia

Observers of the OSCE Mission noticed a minivan with “Cargo 200”  in the occupied Donbas territory
08:49, 2 March 2018

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OSCE observers say that near the occupied Amvrosiivka in the Donetsk region they spotted a van with the sign saying “Cargo 200”. This was stated in the organization's report for the period from 19:30 of February 27 to 19:30 of February 28, published on March 1.  

“Near Amvrosiivka (non-government controlled, 56km south-east of Donetsk), the SMM saw a white minivan with “DPR” plates displaying a sign saying “Cargo 200” in Russian behind its windshield, travelling south-east on road T0507,” the message says.

As it was reported earlier, the OSCE monitoring mission is dissatisfied with the fact that the Ukrainian military takes control of settlements in the so-called "gray zone" in Donbas. This was stated by the deputy head of the OSCE mission in Ukraine, Alexander Hug, at a briefing on Thursday.

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According to him, the recent arrival of Ukrainian fighters to the small village of Novoaleksandrivka, which was in the "gray zone" of Luhansk region, moved the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces even closer to the line of contact.

He said that such actions by the Ukrainian army have aggravated the situation in the western part of Luhansk region.

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