February 14, 2018 20:35
Ban on trade across Donbas contact line must be lifted - OSCE rep
MINSK. Feb 14 (Interfax) - The parties to the Ukrainian conflict should cancel the so-called external management of Donbas-based enterprises and lift the ban on trade across the contact line, according to Martin Sajdik, the special representative of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in the Trilateral Contact Group on Ukraine
"These decisions inflicted substantial economic damage on the whole of Ukraine and the population of Donbas in particular," Sajdik told reporters in Minsk on Wednesday.
He said he had raised this issue with the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna last week.
"I am appealing to all parties to demonstrate realism and the political will to cancel these decisions which are having a very negative effect on people's living standards," Sajdik said.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at email@example.com)
September 24, 2018
Roskomnadzor detects over 1,200 companies that disseminated Russians' personal data without control using automatic Internet monitoring system
Global Ports planning to buy back up to $70 mln in Eurobonds
STATE DUMA LABOR COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS PASSING BILL RAISING PENSION AGE IN 2ND READING WITH PRESIDENTIAL AMENDMENTS
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 15:00 MSK
United Russia pledges interaction with new governors of Khabarovsk Territory, Vladimir region
UNITED RUSSIA LEADERSHIP SAYS READY FOR CONSTRUCTIVE INTERACTION WITH NEW GOVERNORS OF KHABAROVSK TERRITORY, VLADIMIR REGION
Russian telecoms watchdog chief vows Putin to keep removing piracy from Internet
Ukrainian Navy's ships ask Rosmorport for passing thru Kerch Strait - Crimea head
Leader of one of Belarus's oldest parties Polyakov resigns after working in post for less than 3 months
Expert expects Russian-Israeli relations to worsen because of S-300 delivery to Syria
Russia to ban imports from Belarusian agricultural producer Zarya
GLOBAL PORTS ANNOUNCES OFFER TO BUY BACK EUROBONDS MATURING IN 2022, 2023 FOR AMOUNT UP TO $70 MLN - COMPANY
Police report Navalny's detention on administrative charges