OSCE adopted a resolution on conducting a peacekeeping operation in Ukraine

The Political Committee of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has adopted a resolution on conducting a peacekeeping operation in Ukraine.

Igor Popov , Member of Parliament and the member of Ukrainian delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, posted the above on his Facebook page.

“Following two-day discussion, the Political Committee of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has adopted a principal resolution that includes all points favorable for Ukraine. Among others, Members of Assembly have backed all three of my amendments on strengthening of control over the borders, on access for international missions to all facilities in specific districts of Donetsk and Lugansk Regions, Crimea and Sevastopol, as well as on appeal to the Member States to prolong economic and political sanctions against Russia until it complies with international obligations and ceases its illegitimate occupation of Crimea” , MP from the faction “Radical Party” Igor Popov wrote.

“We have managed to assert the provisions with an appeal for international peacekeeping operations in Ukraine, all correct redactions on Malaysian Boeing, the status of Crimea, and respect for territorial integrity” MP added.

According to him, from now on this resolution will be referenced both at the UN Security Council and before the Normandy format.

 

Source: Human Rights Information Center

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