Skip to comments.UKRAINE: Pro-Russian activists tried to get rid of the OSCE observation
Posted on 04/02/2014 6:59:12 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
Representatives of the OSCE tried to drive away in Kharkiv. Dozens of pro-Russian activists demanded that the monitoring mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe did not intervene in the situation in Ukraine. Protesters called for even begin work. Required the guests to leave Ukraine because they, in their opinion, biased .
We recall that yesterday came to Kharkov observers. ***OSCE observers, headed by the Chairman of the monitoring mission in Ukraine Ambassador Adam Koberatsky arrived in Kharkov. The members of the mission will conduct monitoring of the social and political developments in the region and ways out of the crisis. The findings will be presented in the reports .
" We place an observer mission at the REQUEST OF THE GOVERNMENT OF UKRAINE. Today, two men came to Kharkov , a few days rest will come to watch the developments in the country", - said Koberatsky, quoted Ukrinform.
" We hope the mission will help all OSCE participating States really find out what is happening in Ukraine, and to help overcome the crisis and stabilize the situation," - he added.
The project team will be deployed for four weeks in selected locations AGREED with the UKRAINIAN GOVERNMENT to gather information about issues of concern, in particular political, humanitarian and minority issues.
The project aims to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable political transition in the country and to immediately address problematic issues through supporting a national, inclusive and impartial dialogue throughout Ukraine.
The team is being deployed following a request by Ukraine. The project will be carried out by the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine.
The 15-person expert team is headed by a Team Leader, Ambassador Hidajet Bičević of Croatia, and supported by ten locally-recruited administrative staff, interpreters and drivers.
The team will submit a final report with concrete recommendations on how the OSCE can support dialogue and restore confidence in Ukraine on the local, regional and national levels.
Right now, I don’t believe anything I read.
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