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He said the OSCE would usually take on the responsibility for considering such issues but there are limitations in the Donbass area /Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions - ITAR-TASS/ and it is not at all easy to conduct investigations in such places due to security considerations.
He said the monitors are unarmed because the OSCE is a civilian organization and it is ready to increase the number of observers to 500 if the ceasefire regime and other circumstances provide them with enough security.