Observers of the Organization for security and cooperation in the European Union still does not have the ability to reach the entire territory covered by the mandate, said OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier.
"Unfortunately, We now cannot get to the entire territory covered by our mandate," said Zannier in an interview to the newspaper.
He mentioned that with the complexities associated with access to Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, over the past period of time has faced several humanitarian organizations, such as the Office of the United Nations office for the coordination of humanitarian Affairs and the Office of the high Commissioner of the United Nations on Affairs of immigrants.
"We periodically can't get to the border with the Russian Federation and continue to face obstacles in the establishment of new bases for our observers in the East of Ukraine, to provide monitoring, the need for which has increased under the regime of the ceasefire ", - said the OSCE Secretary General.
on the West side of the line of contact, OSCE Observers also reported cases limits their freedom of movement, said Zannier." All these episodes are reported in daily reports, which are published by the mission and serve the public. Needless to say, We expect full cooperation of all parties in providing us the opportunity to monitor the observance of the Minsk documents, among them applications To complex measures, " He added.