Thus, the Russian military learned detailed location of the Ukrainian heavy artillery and tanks near the village of Karlivka in the Donetsk region.
In its report, the OSCE noted its intension to continue "cooperating with the Joint Center."
The OSCE also complained that on the way to the ATO area through Karlivka the Ukrainian military detained a monitoring group, demanding documents. The group was released after 2.5 hours.
The so-called "Joint Center for Control and Coordination" includes representatives of the OSCE, the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Russian Armed Forces. It is common knowledge that the latter provides political and military support to the terrorists. Russia has been denying the presence of its troops in Ukraine for several months, despite the huge amount of hard evidence.
Lately there has been growing discontent in the Ukrainian society with inefficient work of the OSCE and suspicion of aiding the militants. Thus, head of the Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk accused the OSCE of cooperating with terrorists, with reference to a number of previous evidence and stated that the group will no longer work with the organization.
Moreover, on Nov. 10 an Adviser to the Minister of Defense stated that 80% of the OSCE mission staff in Mariupol are Russians.