The Council of Europe's Commissioner for human rights Nils Muiznieks expressed concern for the situation of vulnerable groups in the conflict area in Eastern Ukraine.
in received in the Last news the statement, from 29 June to 3 July, the high Commissioner visited Ukraine. According to the results of his visit, he showed that " continuing with weapons of conflict in Eastern Ukraine has had a devastating impact on the lives of communities in the vicinity of the contact line ".
"Objects such as schools, hospitals and kindergartens are being destroyed, the most vulnerable groups - people with disabilities, senior citizens, mothers with children suffer from lack of food, medicine, water, sanitation", he said.
in the document it is reported that in the framework of this visit the Commissioner visited Donetsk, where he agreed as well as among them with international humanitarian organizations working on the ground, the humanitarian situation in the area. The Commissioner also visited the hospital room 21 in the Kuibyshev district of Donetsk city, Central trauma center, suffered from artillery fire.
The military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of Donbas lasts more than a year. At the talks on February 12 were achieved consensus on stopping the fire, the withdrawal of heavy weapons, introduction to the Constitution of Ukraine changes on decentralization of power and the consolidation of special status of separate districts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions ".