Acting head of OSCE, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic welcomed the agreement on the withdrawal of tanks and artillery caliber 100 mm and mortars up to calibre 120 mm in the East of Ukraine, which was agreed at the meeting of the safety subgroup of the contact group in Minsk, informs the OSCE.
"Today's agreement is a good indication of the will of all sides to continue the peace process, which is the only path to the goal, I think We all share, to return to peace" - are, in the words of the Dacic. According to him, the agreement will become an additional stimulus to the strengthening of the ceasefire regime, which " lasts almost a month."
"It is time further increase the level of trust between all parties and to expedite the execution of measures in the political, humanitarian and economic fields. We must do everything in our power to apply an offset created by today's agreement are to promote political process and further steps of implementation of the Minsk agreements ", - said Dacic.
He also expressed gratitude to all who contributed to this important Treaty, for example, the head of the Special monitoring mission of OSCE in Ukraine Ertugrul Apakan, who heads a working group on security and the special representative of the OSCE Secretary Martin Sajdik.
"Special monitoring mission will observe the implementation of the Treaty, for this reason it is very important that it was granted access to all areas and guaranteed the safety of the observers," - said in the appeal of the OSCE.