Prohibition on the workplace in Luhansk non-governmental and humanitarian organizations, among them UN bodies, with the Exception of the international Department of the red cross, will adversely affect the lives of residents and can be regarded as a crime against humanity, told correspondents on Tuesday, the assistant UN Secretary General Ivan shimonovich.
"I think throwing the UN and other humanitarian actors (LPR) is a big mistake. Before the beginning of winter only will this have a negative impact on the population, " he said.
?imonovi? expressed concern that the example of Lugansk may also follow the self-proclaimed DND.
in his vision, Ukraine "fighting in the present time are transformed into humanitarian war "that" can be regarded not only as a violation of international humanitarian law, but also amount to crimes against humanity ".
first Deputy head of the Council of Ministers of the self-proclaimed Luhansk national Republic (LNR) Vasily Nikitin said that the authorities LNR due to revealed violations denied accreditation in the Republic ten of eleven applicants of foreign humanitarian organizations. The exception was the international Red Cross (ICRC). The speaker of the Parliament of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic (DND) Denis Putilin also said that in DND accredited exclusively by the ICRC, other organizations, who have applied, have not received accreditation for various reasons.