The Council of Europe's Commissioner for human rights Nils mui?nieks has advocated the admission of humanitarian assistance on both sides of the dividing line in the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine.
in received in the Last news reported from 29 June to 3 July, the high Commissioner visited Ukraine. According to the results of his visit, during which He, not in Kiev, visited Donetsk, Kramatorsk, the Commissioner tried to persuade both sides to take practical steps to facilitate the access of humanitarian aid to those who received the detriment of the communities on both sides of the dividing line and in the buffer area."
"It is also important to take real and practical steps to minimise existing barriers affecting the freedom of movement across the line of contact ", - is informed in the report.
during the visit, the Commissioner also agreed on the issue of birth certificates and passports of children born and living in areas that are now outside government surveillance. He said " security issues and the lack of effective surveillance over certain territories in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine ".
along with this, Muiznieks believes that the Ukrainian side should do all they can " in order to facilitate the access and protection of the right to freedom of movement of Residents and citizens of Ukraine living in areas that received damage from the conflict ".