Hostile locals in occupied Horlivka confront OSCE monitors
Nearly 20 agitated residents of the militant-occupied Horlivka in Donbas attacked an OSCE special monitoring mission patrol, demanding that officials “stop the shelling and help the people.”
At first, the locals attempted to engage in a conversation with one of the monitors, but failed to reach an understanding due to language barriers.
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There were also threats to damage the patrol vehicles.
However, no damage occurred.
At the time of publication, the OSCE SMM has not released an official comment regarding the incident.
Attention! The video contains profanity (in Russian)
As UNIAN reported earlier, pro-Russian militant leaders denied access to OSCE monitors to those areas where the strongholds of the so-called "7th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade” were set up.