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LUHANSK, December 17. /TASS/. The chairman of the self-proclaimed Luhansk Republic People’s Council, Alexey Karyakin, believes that the OSCE observers present in the east of Ukraine under the mandate of the special monitoring mission should spend more time along the engagement line and painstakingly chronicle which side is responsible for abusing the “silence regimen,” the Luhansk Information Center news agency reports.
“I am against having the OSCE monitors’ bases in Luhansk, Krasny Luch and other localities in the rear. They must work along the frontline, and not stay behind the line of our forces,” he said.
Karyakin believes that the presence of international observers in the zone of the conflict does have sense.
“May they see the violations, chronicle them and identify those responsible,” Karyakin said.