The UN has urged to bring to justice those responsible for the deaths of OSCE observers in Luhansk
UN called on to investigate the undermining of a car of the OSCE mission in the occupied Luhansk region and to bring to justice those responsible for the deaths of the observer.
This was reported in the UN news Center.
“We urge the parties to provide the conditions to investigate the incident and prosecute the perpetrators. The UN fully supports the efforts of the OSCE Trilateral contact group and the “channel four”, who are trying to contribute to the settlement of the conflict in the Donbass in line with Minsk agreements”, – said the press Secretary of the head of the UN Stefan Dujarric.
In addition, he reminded that on March 31 the UN Secretary General appealed to the parties to the conflict regarding ensuring of safety of employees of the OSCE mission in Donbas.
“We Express our condolences to the family of a member of the Special mission of OSCE observers, who was killed in the mine explosion while on patrol in Luhansk region of Ukraine, and wish a full recovery to the injured,” he added.
We will remind, on Sunday, 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.
Also the explosion was wounded a German citizen Willow Gmelin. She was taken to a hospital in Lugansk, where she was provided medical assistance.