The Russian Federation didn’t approve placing armed OSCE police mission in Donbas, Deputy Head of Russia’s Foreign Ministry, Grigoriy Karasin, said to ‘Interfax-Ukraine’.
‘There are special negotiation formats to discuss these issues. Ukraine peace talks in Minsk, for instance, or OSCE’, - Karasin said, adding, that Russia ‘did not give consent to it’.
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Ealier today, Deputy Head of the Administration of Ukraine’s President, Kostyantyn Yeliseyev, informed, that Russia agreed to placing armed police mission in Donbas.