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Ukraine not to accept applications of Russian OSCE observers in presidential elections

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister noted that it is necessary when it comes to observers from the aggressor country
21:38, 9 January 2019

Block of Petro Poroshenko

Ukraine invited OSCE observers to presidential elections in Ukraine, however, it won’t review applications from Russia. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin claimed that on Facebook. 

‘A few days ago, I have directed a letter to Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir, Director of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of OSCE with an invitation to send an observation mission to the presidential elections in Ukraine. Among other quite standard things, I noted that the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine will not accept applications for registration of Russian observers,’ Klimkin claimed. 

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The Minister noted that there are 'quite a few' such precedents in the practice of the organization. 

‘I think it is necessary when it comes to observers from the aggressor country,’ Klimkin noted.

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