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LUHANSK, February 3. /TASS/. Representatives of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) have handed over to monitors of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) materials on a Tochka U tactical missile that was shot down on Monday near Alchevsk, LPR leader Igor Plotnitsky said on Tuesday.
"Concerning OSCE and Tochka U, as far as I know, all materials have been referred to the OSCE," he said. "And, knowing how the mission works, they have obviously committed everything to paper, the more so as, there are numbers, and it will be possible to trace who, how and from where (fired this missile). It is a secret to no one and is easy to do."
He said that the OSCE mission would be able to tell the entire world about the real state of things in the conflict zone in Donbas. "The OSCE will further on use all the possibilities it has to solve this issue. And the entire world will see that (Ukraine) is not merely fighting against us, it seeks to exterminate us by all means, at any cost," Plotnitsky said.
According to Monday’s reports, a tactical missile fired presumably from the territory controlled by the Kiev army exploded in near the town of Alchevsk located south-west of Luhansk.