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 Observers fail to access disengagement area in Petrivske, - OSCE

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) could not proceed through the potential Zolote-Pervomaisk crossing route from either side as the crossing route has not been demined yet.

Censor.NET reports referring to the OSCE SMM press service.

"At the closed Zolote-Pervomaisk crossing route the SMM monitored both sides of the disengagement area and noted a relatively calm situation," the report reads.

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The SMM was not able to proceed from the western edge of "DPR"-controlled Petrivske towards the disengagement area as "DPR" members did not ensure safety and security for the SMM, and the Russian Federation Armed Forces officers at the JCCC did not assist in ensuring security for the SMM.

"The SMM noted a calm situation in areas of Petrivske and Bohdanivka, where it did not observe any cease-fire violation or movement of forces or hardware," the press service noted.

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