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 OSCE monitors spotted van marked “Cargo 200" at Russian-Ukrainian border

OSCE observers have recorded van with "Cargo 200" inscription on its side (code word referring to bodies of killed soldiers aimed for transportation in Russia) crossing the Ukrainian-Russian border.

Censor.NET reports citing weekly update from the OSCE Observer Mission at Russian Checkpoints Gukovo and Donetsk based on information as of Feb. 23 2016

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"On 22 February a van registered in Ukraine arriving at the border crossing point from the direction of the Russian Federation bore an inscription "funeral transport" written in Russian on its side and a sign reading "CARGO 200" in Russian on the windshield. The observers could not ascertain whether it was carrying a coffin. This van was observed entering the Russian Federation earlier on 21 February, at 05:50 in the morning."

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