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MOSCOW, June 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian ombudsperson Ella Pamfilova has received an invitation from her Ukrainian counterpart Valeria Lutkovskaya to visit Ukraine. “The invitation has been received, but no decision has been made yet as to whether Pamfilova might meet her counterpart on June 13 as the Ukrainian side had suggested," a source from the apparatus of the Russian ombudsman said on Tuesday.
The Ukrainian ombudsperson asked Pamfilova to meet her in Kharkiv on June 13 "to discuss measures for prevention of mass violation of human rights in the Donetsk and Luhansk region," the press service of the Ukrainian ombudsman said on Tuesday.
Representatives of UN observers mission to Ukraine, Russian and Ukrainian human rights activists, who had put forward an idea to create a joint mission of human rights activists to monitor and prevent human rights violation in the conflict zone, have been also invited to Kharkiv.
Earlier, Ella Pamfilova told journalists that she was going to meet Valeria Lutkovskaya. "I was ready to meet her several days ago, but at Lutkovskaya's request the meeting has been postponed until later," Pamfilova said.