The OSCE representatives were denied access the information about the victims of the explosion in “Separ” café (another way to call “separatist” in Russian, - ed.) in Donetsk, when the Head of the so-called “DNR” Alexander Zakharchenko died. It was mentioned in the report of OSCE SMM in Ukraine as of September 3.
“The SMM followed up on reports of people injured in the above-mentioned explosion. While at the Kalinina morgue in Donetsk city on 3 September, the SMM was informed that the bodies of Aleksandr Zakharchenko and another member of the armed formations (a member of Zakharchenko’s personal security detail) had been brought to the facility with fatal wounds from the explosion,” the report reads.
Additionally, the medical workers of Donetsk Reconstructive Surgery told the SMM team members that after the explosion on August 31, six people with different injured were hospitalized.
“The medical workers refused to provide the OSCE SMM with the information about the individuals who sustained injuries on the explosion without the permission of the leaders of the illegally armed formations,” the representatives of the mission stated.
Earlier, Komsomolskaya Pravda correspondent Oleksandr Kots published a picture on Telegram which shows that the coffin with Zakharchenko was opened during the funeral on September 2.
As Novosti Donbassa reported, it was done so that the relatives of the terrorist could say goodbye to him. The funeral took place on Donetsk sea cemetery.
Earlier, Russian Federal Security Service was ready to help the “investigation” of the murder of the so-called “DNR” Head and sent its officers to Donbas.