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 Luhansk Border Guards Provided the OSCE Mission with Evidence of Firing Ukraine from Russia

Luhansk border guards provided the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) representatives with the evidence of shelling the territory of Ukraine from Russia.

According to UNIAN, the Public Relations Department the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine informed about it, Censor.NET reports.

According to the report, on 6 August, the mission of the OSCE worked at the sector of the Luhansk border detachment. During the stay of the mission, they held two meetings. The first meeting took place in the area of the border guard section Krasna Talivka. The second took place at the mission headquarters.

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According to the State Border Guard Service, at first the delegation visited the camp of the Krasna Talivka section, which was fired twice. "The delegations was provided with the evidence of shelling from the territory of the Russian Federation, namely, with the involvement of a specialist artillery, where they found the pieces of 122-mm shells and pieces of 152-mm shells. Position bomber allowed to determine the direction of its flight, that is from the territory of the Russian Federation," the report says.

During the second meeting of the round table, the heads the Luhansk border detachment provided the head of the OSCE Mission photographic and video evidence of the attacks of the territory of Ukraine by Russia, the report underlines.

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As noted in the State Border Service noted, after the meeting the head of the OSCE Mission assured that he had no doubt about the authenticity of the information and evidence provided by the Luhansk border guards. The delegation reported that soon they will send a report to the European agencies.

 
 
 
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