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A Russian official at the OSCE meeting has tried to prevent and interrupt addresses by Ukrainian representatives at the online conference in Vienna on the situation in the occupied Crimea.

That's according to RFE/RL's Ukrainian service citing the agency's correspondent.

"[A]n unprecedented move in OSCE in Vienna: the representative from #Russia is trying to prevent & interrupt speeches they don't like from #Ukraine & another expert on the security situation in the Black Sea & Azov Sea," RFE/RL correspondent Rikard Jozwiak tweeted Wednesday.

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Russia's envoy to the OSCE is Aleksandr Lukashevich.

"When we communicate with Russia on issues related to the pandemic, toward ceasing fire, allowing access of the ICRC and the OSCE mission, unfortunately, our dialogue has turned into a monologue," Ukrainian MP Iryna Vereshchuk said earlier.