Russia Says OSCE Should Stay In Ukraine
Russia’s Foreign Ministry criticized a suggestion by an OSCE official that the organization could consider withdrawing its observer mission from Ukraine because of safety concerns, as shooting between government troops and pro-Russian rebels continued in the region on Saturday. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe says it lost contact on Thursday with a group of monitors in separatist eastern Ukraine. Another group of monitors has been held by eastern rebels since Monday. Wolfgang Ischinger, the OSCE’s negotiator on national dialogue in Ukraine, told German broadcaster ZDF this week that the monitor mission might have to withdraw if the organization fears for its employees’ lives.
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