The OSCE Spokesman Michael Bociurkiw said this on Monday, Censor.NET reports, citing espreso.tv.
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According to him, the drones have been delivered from Austria. "Now they are undergoing customs clearance," Bociurkiw said, adding that they are looking for civilian specialists who would work with the drones.
"Drones will be used in several weeks. Now there is no strict schedule for starting their use," he explained.
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Andrii Lysenko, spokesperson of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, said earlier that the OSCE mission would soon get drones for monitoring purposes. "This will increase the effectiveness of the mission's work immensely," he said.