Merkel and macron called on Russian officers to return to JCCC
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President of France Emmanuel macron made of the joint statement, in which he called on Russian officers to return to the Joint center for control and coordination (SCCC) in the Donbas.
The statement was published on the website of the German government on Saturday, reports “Interfax-Ukraine”.
Videoasia put forward the conditions under which it is ready to return to their military observers to Ukraine
At the meeting of the Trilateral contact group, the representative of the Russian Federation officially declared that Russia is ready to return its military observers from the joint center for control and coordination of ceasefire in Donbas only under certain conditions. What will be known later, when we publish the full text of the statement.
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Merkel and macron noted that SCCC “plays a very important role in the support of the OSCE observers and the cease-fire.”
Also the leaders of Germany and France welcomed the agreement of the Trilateral contact group on the exchange of prisoners and noted that this agreement should be urgently implemented.
The policy also stated that “there is no alternative to an exclusively peaceful settlement of the conflict” and reaffirmed the need for full implementation of the Minsk agreements.
Poland called on Russia to “immediately” return to SCCC in the Donbass
We will remind, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation stated that on 19 December the Russian military – representatives of the Russian Federation at the JCCC in Donbas will leave the territory of Ukraine.
After Russian observers, the militants struck from “Grad” Novoluganskoe. The attack happened on December 18 around 17:00, at least three dozen missiles flew from the occupied Horlivka. Eight civilians were injured.
Read more about the decision of the Russian President in the material Dnia “Tactics “peacemaker”. Why Putin to withdraw troops from JCCC in the Donbass”.
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