The OSCE permanent Council extended the mandate of the Special monitoring mission in Ukraine until 31 March 2017

Permanent Council of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe extended the mandate of the Special monitoring mission until 31 March 2017. About this Twitter informs the mission of Sweden to the OSCE, UNIAN news Agency reports.

«The question of extending the mandate of the Special OSCE monitoring mission until 31 March 2017 has just been solved. It is important that the principles and commitments of the OSCE have been restored», — is told in the message.

At the same time, the Ukrainian mission to the OSCE on Twitter said that it was also decided to increase the budget for the mission.

As reported, March 12, 2015 the OSCE Permanent Council decided to extend the mandate of the Special OSCE monitoring mission in Ukraine until 31 March 2016.

The mission has repeatedly said she is not conducting an investigation and reporting the facts; that it does not deliver humanitarian aid, and contributes to its delivery. The mission noted that to stop the shelling in the Donbass by military conflict, not the OSCE observers.

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The composition of the OSCE special monitoring mission composed of unarmed civilian observers, as well as international workers from States parties to the OSCE, they help employees from Ukraine.

Teams of observers working in shifts to ensure a presence on the ground 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The main office is in Kyiv; observers in Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv, Luhansk, Lviv, Odesa, Kharkiv, Kherson and Chernivtsi.




The OSCE permanent Council extended the mandate of the Special monitoring mission in Ukraine until 31 March 2017 18.02.2016

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