OSCE vows to help deliver Ukrainian humanitarian aid to Donbas

Deputy Head of Ukraine’s Presidential Administration Valeriy Chaly and Chief of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine Ertugrul Apakan have discussed the results of recent talks in Minsk, the presidential press service reported.
“The sides discussed the results of the last meeting of the trilateral contact group in Minsk. They agreed that there should be no delay in the implementation by all parties of the provisions of the Minsk protocol of September 5, and the Minsk memorandum of September 19,” reads the statement.
Chaly said that it was essential to withdraw military equipment as soon as possible and reach the line of contact, the coordinates of which are enshrined in the memorandum.
The sides expressed hope that the negotiations continuing in Minsk would help to free the hostages, as well as to ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid to Donbas residents.
According to Chaly, 26 trucks carrying more than 300 tonnes of Ukrainian humanitarian aid were sent to Donbas and need the assistance of international organizations, including the OSCE mission, for transmission and distribution among the inhabitants of the occupied Donbas areas.
Apakan, in turn, assured the readiness of the mission to provide assistance in this matter. He noted the high level of cooperation provided by the concerned ministries and departments of Ukraine to the OSCE mission.

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