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EU offers to create international peacekeeping mission at Russian-Ukrainian border

Source : 112 Ukraine

The mission will assist in the mine-clearance, preparation for the local elections and provision of free access to the humanitarian organizations
18:30, 16 April 2020

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The European Parliament offers to create the international peacekeeping mission at the Russian-Ukrainian border as Radio Liberty reported citing the draft report.

The draft report condemns the actions of Russia in the countries of the Eastern Partnership – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, including destabilization, invasion and annexation.

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The document also offers to create ‘extended international peacekeeping forces along the Ukrainian and Russia border’ which should hold a mission headed by the EU on the provision of the aid in such tasks as mine-clearance, assistance in the preparation for the local elections and provision of free access to the organizations of the humanitarian aid.

Earlier, France stated its readiness to send its peacekeeping forces to Donbas as part of a UN mission if it is necessary.

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As we reported, the European Parliament offers to create a single economic space with the Eastern Partnership states.

 

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