Ukraine and another 33 OSCE participating states have drafted a ministerial decision to establish a permanent monitoring of the areas adjacent to the uncontrolled part of Ukraine-Russia border by the OSCE mission.

Russia has blocked the decision.

Speaking at the 27th OSCE Ministerial Council, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba noted that the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission continues to record modern Russian weapon systems and Mission’s UAVs continue to spot the movement of military trucks across the border from Russia to the sovereign territory of Ukraine.

“Blocking this decision by one country, the Russian Federation has once again demonstrated Moscow’s reluctance to respect its obligations under the Minsk agreements, adhere to OSCE principles and respect Europe’s borders,” Kuleba said.

Source: Ukrinform