The behavior of the observer mission of the OSCE, when he saluted the militants in the Donbass, will be discussed at negotiations of the trilateral contact group in Minsk. About this on his page in Facebook said the representative of Ukraine in the humanitarian sub-group Irina Gerashchenko.

“The OSCE is justified for an observer who, like family, greeted with the militants, they say, it’s just an oversight. Of course, this is no mistake, and the position of the observer,” – said Gerashchenko.

She noted that personally it is not surprising, as “sometimes the coordinators of the OSCE Minsk group is a strange position.” At this Gerashchenko gave an example, when the coordinator of the OSCE in the humanitarian sub-group Toni Frisch refused to attend in the Starobelsk SIZO of a Russian soldier Viktor Ageev, explaining that “it would be a political and not a humanitarian visit.”

Gerashchenko said that the work of the OSCE mission “important, difficult and dangerous”, but, according to her, it doesn’t mean you turn a blind eye “on violations of ethics and principles of independent monitoring”.

“Ukrainian side is on the TAG in Minsk, of course, once again paying attention to the “reckless” observer” – wrote the representative of Ukraine.

Previously the editor policy the newspaper Bild Julian röpke stated that one person from the group of the OSCE, which went on the procedure for the transfer of militants of the bodies of military forces ATO was not neutral, as requested by mission rules. Published by the militants in the video you can see how he’s flirting with warlord LC, hugging his accomplices on the background of the packs from dead soldiers, and in the end also “saluted” the criminal.

The OSCE special monitoring mission said that the people revolted against the Russian-speaking friendly observer of the OSCE to the militants of the terrorist organization LNR, “misinterpreted” his behavior.




The behavior of the OSCE observers in the Donbass in Minsk to discuss 27.11.2017

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