23 September 2017
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"DPR" militants hold OSCE driver, camera equipment over seven hrs

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine has said members of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic ("DPR") have detained a truck and the driver with the organization's camera equipment and held for more than seven hours near the village of Olenivka.

Photo from UNIAN
Photo from UNIAN

"DPR' obstructing OSCE freedom of movement. Truck & driver with OSCE camera equipment is detained for 7+ hrs @ Olenivka," the OSCE SMM wrote on Twitter on August 1.

"[The] truck carrying OSCE camera equipment crossed @ Olenivka after [being] held for 7.5 hrs by 'DPR' – violation of Minsk & OSCE mandate."

"OSCE must have full/unhindered freedom of movement to do work – [the] sides have obligation to protect SMM freedom of movement," the OSCE tweeted.

As UNIAN reported earlier, the Russian-backed militants in Donbas are reported to be preparing a series of terrorist acts against OSCE representatives in order to later blame the Ukrainian army for this.


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