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 OSCE observers report having no problems moving through government-controlled territory

Head of the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the cease-fire (JCCC) Major-General Borys Kremenetskyi held a meeting with the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) Deputy Chairman Alexander Hug at the demarcation line in the town of Maiorsk (the Donetsk region) today, Aug. 19.

According to the press officer of the Ukrainian side of the JCCC Ruslan Semeniuk, the parties have discussed the issues and the details of cooperation between the OSCE mission and JCCC to carry out further interaction efficiently, Censor.NET informs citing the statement of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry press service.

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The representative of the Kramatorsk office of the OSCE SMM has confirmed the absence of problems with the mission representatives' access to the territory controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In his turn, Hug noted that the phrase on alleged Ukrainian soldiers' denial of access to the OSCE SMM into certain territories was divorced from the context and stressed that there were no problems of the mission representatives' access in the territory controlled by the Ukrainian military.

At the same time, Hug noted there were similar problems in the areas controlled by the illegal armed groups.

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