In Organization of Security and Co-operation in Europe they believe that publishing of information about location of Ukrainian militants is a part of trilateral ‘cooperation’.
Observers of the Special Monitoring mission of OSCE yesterday met with representatives of Ukraine and Russia in ‘Common Center of Control and Coordination’ and they reported information about location of Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Thus, Russian militants learned the details of the location of heavy artillery and tanks of Ukrainian militants in the area of village of Karlivka in Donetsk oblast.
In their report OSCE mentioned that they intend to continue to ‘interact with the common center’.
In addition, OSCE observers complained Ukrainian militants had detained the monitoring mission on its way through Karlivka to ATO zone and had demanded documents. The groups were released in 2,5 hours.
Representatives of OSCE, Ukrainian Armed Forces and Armed Forces of Russian Federation work in the so-called ‘Common Center of Control and Cooperation’. The last ones are known for their support for their military and political support of terrorists. Russia itself denies the presence of its troops in Ukraine despite the huge number of incontrovertible evidence.