The UN and Humanitarian partners are seeking a thorough review of decisions of Kiev on the introduction of additional bureaucratic procedures to obtain access to areas of Donbass-controlled militias, according to the report, the Management of the United Nations for the coordination of humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
"The humanitarian community is ramping up promotional activities in order to achieve a thorough review of recent decisions of the government (Ukraine) on the introduction of additional bureaucratic procedures to obtain access to areas not under its control, which entered into force on 21 January," the document says. In OCHA also drew attention to the limits imposed by " non-state actors ", which refers to the militia. As reported in the global organization, all these measures complicate the provision of care to the population, reports TASS." Humanitarian cargo, owned by international NGOs and the UN, in some cases, detained, and to release them was possible only after long negotiations, " he complained to management. As emphasized in the report, the Humanitarian UN office in the country continuously agitated by all parties to the conflict to provide full and unimpeded access to all those in need, and to simplify the procedures of crossing the front line and provide the protection and security of humanitarian personnel and objects ". The UN told that when helping residents are guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality, and also pointed to the inadmissibility of assisting the parties to the conflict "nesmertonosnoe equipment" under the guise of humanitarian aid.