Observers Special monitoring mission of the OSCE pay attention to aggression towards local residents in the East of Ukraine, said the Deputy head of SMM Alexander hug.
"It is important to note that certain from the protests in front of the hotel or the case of arson of our machines… We don't think, because it was spontaneous, it was organised because these frustrated citizens become rich soil for manipulation ", - quotes its words of RIA " news ".
according to him, the Observers saw " haloperi the rate of violations of the truce, which peaked on August 15-16, and then the level of tension was asleep."" But in the last 2 days again We see the growth of clashes in the southern Donetsk region along the line of contact in areas such As Granite, Starognatovk, Sartana, " He says. As noted Hg, " in Luhansk obstacle also have a small increase in violations, But the majority occur in the Donetsk side." Review the Deputy head of mission, ongoing violations of the armistice prevented the parties from agreeing to the withdrawal of weapons from the line of contact, as well as among them a caliber of less than 100 mm. This Question, He said, would be discussed at the next meeting of the subgroup on safety, which is tentatively scheduled for September 8." The question is not, what they do not have the opportunity to come to a common opinion, and why.- said hug.- There is no trust and as long as between the parties it is Not, it will be difficult to come to a common opinion." He is convinced that "the lack of trust is the main obstacle" to reaching agreement on the withdrawal of medium-sized and small arms. August 19, the leader of the Donetsk national Republic Alexander Zakharchenko said that the OSCE mission ignores data about the death of civilians DNR. August 8, burned six armored vehicles of the Special monitoring mission (SMM) of the OSCE, according to one version, the result of arson. DNR authorities indicted this Ukrainian saboteurs, stating that the hand of the aggravation of the situation and the withdrawal of the OSCE mission.