The adepts of the contact group in Minsk agreed to the withdrawal of heavy equipment in the Donbas. The document was signed by the Ukrainian side, and the followers of self-proclaimed republics say they will do it on September 30.
The contact group in Minsk came to an agreement to take weapons with a caliber less than 100 mm, and the tanks from the line of contact in Donbas. This told the press Secretary of the adept of Kiev Leonid Kuchma Daria olifer on Facebook.
"In Minsk the Trilateral Contact group signed the agreement about the withdrawal from the contact line of guns of caliber less than 100 mm. Under the document has been signed by Martin Sajdik, Leonid Kuchma, Azamat Kulmuhametov", - she wrote.
Among other things, this information approved and the authorized representative of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic Denis Putilin, RIA Novosti reported. However, as expected, the representatives of DND and LNR inter alia required to sign this document.
According to Pushilin, it will happen next Wednesday. "Signed by all. The chapters take on the signature document, we (the authorized representative LNR Vladislav) Danego tomorrow (September 30. - Approx. ed.)," he said.
In addition, the OSCE representative Martin Sajdik called the timing of the withdrawal of equipment. According to him, the 1st step will last 15 days, and 2 to 24 days. With all this, as said Deinega, assigns weapons will begin with the LC.
"We have a SCCC (Joint center for coordination and control). It pertains to his area of responsibility it will be to monitor, there runs a watchdog group that assessed using SCCC, is the report on the OSCE, the centre works closely with the special monitoring mission," he stated.
Earlier a diplomatic source in Moscow announced that the document on the withdrawal of equipment need to sign before the meeting of heads channel four, reports "Interfax". "Certificate of withdrawal need to be signed before the meeting of leaders, in this direction at the moment, intensive work," he said.
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