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 "DPR" terrorists did not let OSCE mission to Prymorske, convoyed observers in Kominternove, - report

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) informed that its observers were prevented by the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic" militants from entering Prymorske village, the Donetsk region.

This is announced by the Mission in its report as of Jan. 12, Censor.NET informs.

"Armed "DPR" members at a checkpoint near "DPR"-controlled Prymorske (39 km north-east of Mariupol) refused to allow the SMM to pass through the checkpoint," the report reads.

"Armed "LPR" members refused to allow the SMM access to an "LPR" compound near "LPR"-controlled Pervomaisk (57 km west of Luhansk). After an almost hour-and-a-half wait, only one monitor was allowed to enter the compound.

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"Armed "LPR" members at a checkpoint close to "LPR"-controlled Pervomaisk (57 km west of Luhansk) refused to allow the SMM to proceed in the direction of government-controlled Popasna (69 km west of Luhansk)," the report reads.

In addition, armed "DPR" members delayed the SMM observers for 19 minutes at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Kominternove, and thereafter only allowed the SMM to proceed into the village on condition of accepting an escort.

 
 
 
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