The explosion in Luhansk: wounded representatives of the OSCE will take from Lugansk to Kiev

Two wounded observers of the OSCE SMM in the explosion at the militant-controlled territory of the Luhansk region, which occurred April 23, transferred to Kiev.

At the same time note that their condition is stable. This was reported on the website of the Special OSCE monitoring mission in Ukraine In Twitter.

“As two observers SMM (women from Germany and men from the Czech Republic) stable, they were released from Luhansk hospital and sent to Kiev”, — stated in the message.

2 SMM monitors, from Germany female & male from Czech Republic, are stable, released from #Luhansk hospital, will be moved to Kyiv

— OSCE SMM Ukraine (@OSCE_SMM) 24 APR 2017

We will remind, on April 24 reported that the body of the deceased during the mine explosion in Luhansk region OSCE observer was taken to the territory controlled by Ukraine.

As you know, April 23, in the explosion of the car of the OSCE near Prishib village in the occupied territory of the Luhansk region killed one member of the mission, two more got wounds. The mission said that six patrol moved in two armoured vehicles when the explosion occurred.

People’s Deputy of Ukraine and member of the Board of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko said that the deceased was a citizen of great Britain Joseph stone. Agency Reuters citing the Austrian foreign Ministry reported that the victim worker, the OSCE was a U.S. citizen.