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 Berlin condemns arson attack on OSCE amid hopes for fair punishment

The German government is concerned about escalation of the situation in the east of Ukraine and strongly condemns incineration of vehicles of the OSCE mission in Donetsk.

This was announced by a representative of the Federal Foreign Office Zavsan Shebli at a Monday press briefing in Berlin, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrinform.

"We condemn the attack on the OSCE cars and expect from those currently running Donetsk to find the guilty and punish those behind this attack," Shebli said commenting the arson of four mission's cars in the occupied Donetsk.

Read more: Four OSCE armored vehicles burnt down in Donetsk

The diplomat notes that all sides of the process must unswervingly follow and implement the Minsk agreements.

"We are concerned over the situation along the demarcation line. Both sides hold responsibility," the German's foreign authority representative said.

As reported before, Aug. 9, four armored cars of the OSCE special monitoring mission in Ukraine were destroyed in Donetsk. According to the mission's spokesman Michael Bociurkiw, the mission will review its security arrangements with no withdrawal intended.

Read more: NSDC Secretary Turchynov says terrorists seek to force OSCE out from Donetsk

 
 
 
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