Russian representative to OSCE: Ukraine undermines Donbass resolution process

10.03.2020, Moscow.

The Ukrainian side undermines the decisions of the Normandy Four (Russia, Germany, France, Ukraine) Paris summit on Donbass crisis resolution, the Permanent Representative of Russia to the OSCE Aleksandr Lukashevich said on March 10 during a video conference organized by the Russia Today international news agency.
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LPR representatives appeal to the “Normandy Four” and OSCE to stop the Kiev junta

18.08.2015 23:55, Lugansk

The administration heads of Slavyanoserbsk, Pervomaysk, Veselaya Gora, Oboznoye – Lugansk People’s Republic villages and townships – have addressed the heads of the “Normandy Four” states, OSCE SMM in Ukraine and the world community, LuganskInformCenter reports.

In their address the representatives of LPR offer to “urge the President and the Ukrainian government to stop the bloody madness and withdraw military hardware away from the contact line according to the Minsk agreements.” The text of the address was made public on August 18 during the briefing at LuganskInformCenter where Slavyanoserbsk region administration head Andrey Zagorodnyuk, Metallist township critical services department head Vadim Lukerin and Veselaya Gora village critical services department head Mikhail Kishak.

LuganskInformCenter published excerpts of the address:

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The punitive forces are shelling DPR residential districts in order to divert attention from military redeployment

17.08.2015 19:58, Donetsk

The situation in Donetsk People’s Republic becomes more difficult with each passing day, according to DPR Deputy Defense Minister Eduard Basurin.

I want to call your attention to the fact that the Ukrainian military is using its shelling of cities and villages in order to divert attention from redeployment of its troops at the contact line. The enemy increases its forces in its sectors and prepares for aggression against DPR and LPR.

According to him, DPR military intelligence has uncovered the arrival of 47 new units of military hardware, as well as  electronic warfare stations, to the front-line.

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