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Sajdik’s peaceful plan on Donbas is ambiguous, - official

Ukrainian official emphasized that the general points of the plan of OSCE envoy are acceptable
13:04, 29 January 2019

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Peaceful plan on Donbas proposed by OSCE Special Representative of Chairman to Ukraine and Trilateral Contact Group Martin Sajdik is acceptable; however, it leaves issues as 112 Ukraine reported citing Georgy Tuka, Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories.

“Words of Sajdik are just general points, and it is hard to argue them; I would like to note that I find them acceptable. But, at the same time, according to our bitter experience, the devil is always in details, and we do not know the details, at least our ministry did not get the detailed plan,” he said.

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“I am interested, how the demilitarization of the illegally armed formations is provided? What are the terms, ways of withdrawal of the foreign troops from Donbas? What is meant under amnesty? There are so many questions,” Tuka emphasized.

On January 28, Martin Sajdik provided 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.

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Earlier Sajdik said that the OSCE did not come out with a proposal to send a joint OSCE and UN mission to Donbas.

Besides, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko stated that a lot of people promise to establish peace in Ukraine. But these are the populist promises.

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