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Russian diplomat criticizes OSCE’s lack of response to Kiev's crimes

Maxim Buyakevich noted that the sending of foreign mercenaries will not affect the determination with which they will continue to conduct a special military operation

VIENNA, October 14. /TASS/. Russian deputy envoy to OSCE, Maxim Buyakevich, criticized the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) for its lack of response to terror attacks and mass killings, committed by Ukraine’s special services.

"Not a single word of condemnation was heard from the OSCE leadership regarding terror attacks, orchestrated, perpetrated and currently in preparation by the Ukrainian special services, as well as regarding mass killings of civilians on territories occupied by Ukrainian formations," he told a special session of the OSCE Permanent Council on Thursday. "On the contrary, public support has been voiced to criminal acts committed by the Kiev regime."

The Russian diplomat added that sending foreign mercenaries and military specialists to Ukraine will have no effect on the Russian special military operation currently under way in the country.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that, in response to a request from the Donbass republics, he made a decision to carry out a special military operation in Ukraine. He underscored that Moscow does not plan to occupy Ukrainian territories, instead planning to demilitarize and denazify the country. In response, the West started introducing sweeping sanctions against Russia and shipping weapons and military vehicles to Kiev already worth tens of billions of dollars at this point.