April 21, 2014 18:31
Donbass self-defense leaders want OSCE experts to condemn Kyiv's "aggression"
MOSCOW. April 21 (Interfax) - Representatives of the Donbass self-defense forces said they would be ready to cooperate with experts of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe if they condemn Kyiv's actions in southeastern regions of Ukraine.
"We are to meet with OSCE experts. They were expected to arrive in Slovyansk already. But we will only cooperate with them if they condemn the Kyiv authorities' aggression against us," a leader of the Donbas self-defense forces, Miroslav Rudenko, told Interfax on Monday.
He said the self-defense fighters will not obstruct OSCE experts' missions.
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