Ukraine requests OSCE to respond to limited liberty of transportation with Crimea
(MENAFN) Ukraine has requested the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to give interest to limitations on liberty of transporting throughout the managerial boundary with Crimea, Ukraine's Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna Yevhenii Tsymbaliuk stated this at a gathering of the OSCE Permanent Council, a Ukrinform reporter informed.
Tsymbaliuk declared, "Under the guise of restrictions on travel because of COVID-19, the Russian occupation administration has severely restricted travel for Ukrainian citizens coming to and from Crimea. And this is also something that the SMM should pay attention to. We expect the Mission to continue working on its past thematic report on freedom of movement across the administrative boundary line with Crimea, which was issued in June 2015."
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