Donbass Contact Group Agrees New Truce
Participants in the Donbas contact group agreed on a new indefinite truce, which begins on July 21. This was stated by OSCE Special Representative Martin Saidik.
“The tripartite contact group agreed on a statement confirming full adherence to the cease-fire from July 21, 00:01 Kyiv time,” he said during a meeting of the contact group in Minsk. His words leads RIA News.
As noted in the People’s Militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, they are ready to observe a new truce.
“We hope that the Ukrainian side will responsibly approach the fulfillment of its obligations and will not disrupt the next truce, as it has been the previous times,” the agency quotes the agency representative.
Earlier, Russia's permanent representative to the OSCE, Alexander Lukashevich, said that Moscow supported the early approval of the “grain truce” in Donbas at the upcoming meeting of the contact group.