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 Terrorists Released OSCE Monitors

Many people, both inside and outside the Mission, have worked tirelessly to make it possible.

Censor.NET reports about this citing Interfax-Ukraine

"We welcome the return of the last four of our missing OSCE Special Monitor Mission team mates, after a month away," the OSCE's Facebook page reported.

The detention of OSCE monitors has substantially constrained the operations of the Mission in Eastern Ukraine, at a time when a flow of objective information has never been more important - particularly while consultations continue. OSCE mission is going to work froward helping to restore peace and stability throughout Ukraine.

There were two monitor mission teams seized by terrorists in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions earlier in May 26-29. A first group of OSCE monitors, seized days earlier by separatists, were released in the early hours of Friday.

Read also: UN Refugee Agency: Sharp Increase in Ukrainian Displacement from the Donbas and Crimea up to 54 Thousands

 
 
 
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