UN denies involvement in new Donbas peace plan proposed by OSCE special representative Martin Sajdik

The UN has no involvement in the new plan on settling the situation in Donbas, relayed by OSCE Special Representative Martin Sajdik, said the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Ukraine, Osnat Lubrani, as reported by UNIAN.

She emphasized that the UN supports proposals aimed at achieving peace in Donbas.

“Foremost we support the Minsk agreements and negotiations that are ongoing, the efforts of the “Normandy format,” the Tripartite Contact Group and the OSCE in Ukraine,” said Lubrani.

According to her, the UN will support any efforts to regulate the situation peacefully, however, currently the organization “is not directly involved” in any of the proposals regarding this issue.

Earlier, Sajdik in an interview with an Austrian media stated that the Minsk agreements should be replaced by a new plan in the Donbas, which had already been presented in the OSCE.  

  United Nations, Osnat Lubrani, Donbas, Ukraine, Sajdik

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