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Saturday, February 17, 2018

PACE called on Russia to stop support of the DNI and LC

The parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) at its meeting on Tuesday adopted a resolution on Donbass. Resolution On the humanitarian consequences of the war in Ukraine” was submitted for consideration of the PACE of the Lithuanian MP Egidius Vareikis.

It contains a call to the international community to convene a humanitarian conference in Ukraine and to raise money for the implementation of the plan of humanitarian assistance.

Development Bank of the Council of Europe recommended to develop credit programs available to support housing projects in Ukraine, including internally displaced persons.

The EU needs to ensure fair consideration of applications from vulnerable Ukrainian citizens fleeing war or repression.

In addition, PACE called on all warring parties to open new transmission, particularly in the village of Golden Lugansk region and to exchange all prisoners of war and captured.

Contains a document and a paragraph calls for Russia. There PACE has asked Moscow “to stop financial and military support to illegal armed groups in Donetsk and Lugansk regions”. Turning to Russia, the MEPs and asking them to stop to recognize the passports and other documents issued on the uncontrolled territories of Kiev.

As for Crimea, PACE asks Russia to ensure that there is respect for human rights, to lift the ban on recognized in Russia extremist organization, the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars, to provide access by international organizations, observers and human rights activists.


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