The visit’s program is not published. He is expected to see how refugees live there.
“We would like to ask OSCE’s secretary general to undertake everything possible to help us return home. We are very grateful to Russia for the support, we were welcomed here just wonderfully, but anyway we want to return home. We want this war to be over,” Natalia, a refugee, a mother of two children told ITAR-TASS.
Head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Republic’s Supreme Council Denis Pushilin said on Thursday about 15,000 refugees had crossed the border between Ukraine and Russia already.