OSCE report absence of mobile communication in occupied area of Luhansk region

Source : 112 Ukraine

Locals can’t call their families or emergency services
09:37, 15 January 2018

OSCE observers reported problems with access to mobile communication in Talove settlement, located in the occupied area of Luhansk region. This was mentioned in the OSCE SMM’s report released on January 14.

‘In “LPR”-controlled Talove (39km south-east of Luhansk), a shopkeeper (woman, aged about 35) expressed concern to the Mission about the disruption, stating that residents of the village need to call taxis or ambulances for transport to medical facilities. A woman living in government-controlled areas expressed concern to the Mission regarding her grandmother, who lives in non-government-controlled areas and with whom the family has lost contact as a result of the disruption in services,’ the report says.

The problems with the mobile network were first reported in the afternoon of January 11; militants of the so-called DPR said it was due to a sabotage act committed by Ukrainian troops. As of Monday morning, the communication in Talove is still down.'

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