OSCE appealed to both sides of East Ukraine to abide by the cease-fire pledge

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 OSCE appealed to both sides of East Ukraine to abide by the cease-fire pledge


The security working group of the three party liaison group discussed the security situation near a water filter station in eastern Ukraine, which provided drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people on both sides of the contact line, the security working group of the three party liaison group said at a press conference held after routine talks. He said that although the two sides of the conflict pledged to cease fire near the water filter station, the OSCE special observation mission in Ukraine has made a certain effort, but the local violation of the ceasefire continues to occur, causing the water filter station to be unable to operate normally, thereby affecting the lives of the residents. OSCE again appealed to both sides to fully protect the safe operation of filtration stations. Say Dick said that the three party Liaison Group humane working group continued to discuss the issue of the exchange of prisoners on both sides of the conflict, but because of the serious differences between the parties, no progress has been made on this issue. In April 2014, there was a large-scale conflict between the Ukrainian government forces and the civilian armed forces in the Donbass region of Eastern Ukraine, including Donetsk state and Luhansk state. Through the mediation of the international community, the two sides of the conflict reached a ceasefire agreement in Minsk in September 2014 and February 2015 respectively. The demarcation line of the ceasefire was determined, and the large-scale armed conflict was controlled, but the small fire incident has still not stopped. Source: Xinhua editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 He said that although the two sides of the conflict pledged to cease fire near the water filter station, the OSCE special observation mission in Ukraine has made a certain effort, but the local violation of the ceasefire continues to occur, causing the water filter station to be unable to operate normally, thereby affecting the lives of the residents. OSCE again appealed to both sides to fully protect the safe operation of filtration stations. In April 2014, there was a large-scale conflict between the Ukrainian government forces and the civilian armed forces in the Donbass region of Eastern Ukraine, including Donetsk state and Luhansk state. Through the mediation of the international community, the two sides of the conflict reached a ceasefire agreement in Minsk in September 2014 and February 2015 respectively. The demarcation line of the ceasefire was determined, and the large-scale armed conflict was controlled, but the small fire incident has still not stopped.