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 OSCE to hold ad hoc meeting on situation in Donbas

Wednesday, Aug. 19, the OSCE Permanent Council will hold an ad hoc meeting on the situation in the Donbas. The initiative has been put forward by Serbia currently chairing the organization.

As reported by Censor.NET, this is announced by Radio Liberty.

The Chief Monitor of the Special Monitoring Mission Ertugrul Apakan will present a report on the situation in the east of Ukraine. He will also inform the representatives of 57 countries of mission's efforts to monitor the situation, as well as to contribute to end of war in Ukraine.

Read more: 11 shell craters from Minsk-banned weapons recorded in Sartana; shelling conducted from the east, - OSCE

As reported, yesterday, Aug. 16, fighting resumed in the suburbs of Mariupol.

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The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission analyzed craters from shells in the village of Sartana and resumed the fire had been delivered from the east, where the "DPR" militats were deployed.
 
 
 
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