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 Tripartite Contact Group advocates further withdrawal of weapons with caliber under 100-mm

The Tripartite Contact Group recommends keeping withdrawing weapons with caliber less than 100-mm from the contact line in the Donbas, since the attack on Oct. 7 has been recognized as an isolated case of cease-fire violation.

Spokeswoman of the representative of Ukraine to the Tripartite Contact Group, second President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, Darka Olifer wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.

She wrote: "The Contact Group has made the following decisions as a result of this trilateral meeting via Skype:

1. Appeal to the OSCE SMM and the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination of Cease-fire to contribute to soonest completion of the investigation of the shelling of Troitske village in the Luhansk region, which took place October 7, 2015;

2. Due to the fact that the representatives of certain territories of Luhansk region have denied access of the OSCE SMM to the location where the shelling has been committed from, the Tripartite Contact Group demands the representatives of certain areas of the Luhansk region to grant immediate access to the location where the shelling was committed from to complete the investigation of the incident and ensure further unhindered access of the OSCE SMM to the entire territory of Ukraine, including Ukrainian-Russian border, in accordance with the decision of the leaders of France, Germany, Ukraine, and Russia.

3. The Tripartite Contact Group recommends to continue implementation of the agreement on withdrawal of weapons with caliber under 100-mm from the contact line in the Donbas, since the shelling of Oct. 7 was an isolated case and bore no signs of intensification of hostilities."

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