Ukraine’s delegation leaves OSCE session hall due to statements about ‘Russian Crimea’

The consultations with the partners on the further actions are held now
16:39, 17 September 2019


The Ukrainian delegation left the OSCE session hall, where the freedom of speech was discussed, in protest against statements of propagandists about “Russian Crimea,” as ATR reported.

“The Ukrainian delegation stopped its participation in the working session. Now, the consultations with the partners on the further actions are held,” Elvina Seitbullaeva, the correspondent of the TV channel reported.

She explained that the Ukrainian delegation responded to the words of the Crimean propagandists in such way. They shouted: “Crimea, Russia” during the presentation.

Related: U.S. to keep sanctions for Crimea until Russia leaves peninsula,- Volker

Editor-In-Chief of propagandist Crimean Newspaper and Crimean Magazine Marina Volkonskaya, who came to the OSCE session in Warsaw, called the annexed Crimea Russian. After this statement, her speech was stopped referring to the international documents.

Moreover, the speech of Director-General of propagandist Millet TV Channel Ervin Musaev was stopped and he complained about the blockade of Crimea by Ukraine.

The annual OSCE session on fulfillment of the commitments by the state-members on the compliance with human rights and freedoms has started in Warsaw. On September 16, the delegations discussed the issues of the human rights, occupation of Crimea and anti-Russian sanctions.

Earlier, French and U.S. OSCE representatives urged Russia to continue negotiations to stop the armed conflict in Donbas.

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