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OSCE Secretary General: Implementation of the Minsk Agreements is a dead end

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OSCE Secretary General Thomas Greming, who recently visited Russia, said that the parties to the conflict in the east of Ukraine should show political will to overcome the crisis with the implementation of the Minsk agreements.


OSCE Secretary General: Implementation of the Minsk Agreements is a dead end


We are at a dead end with regard to the implementation of the Minsk agreements, and the only way to get out of it is the political will of the parties
- He said in an interview with Interfax.

At the same time, answering the question of whether the OSCE shares Moscow’s position that Kiev does not comply with the Minsk agreements, Greminger said: "We condemn all violations of the truce and other provisions of the agreements. All parties involved should focus on their full implementation."

He also noted that the issue of deploying the OSCE police mission in Ukraine is not on the agenda now. At the same time, Greming added that any decision on a new police mission, whether armed or not, should be taken by consensus of all 57 OSCE member states in Vienna.
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 20 November 2017 11: 17
    +3
    And where else should he have come? To a brighter future? But there is no collusion!
    1. Partyzan
      Partyzan 20 November 2017 11: 20
      +7
      "We condemn all violations of the ceasefire and other provisions of the agreements. All parties involved should focus on their full implementation."
      and didn’t try humanitarian bombing?
      1. Jedi
        Jedi 20 November 2017 11: 22
        +6
        "We condemn all violations of the ceasefire and other provisions of the agreements. All parties involved should focus on their full implementation."

        In order to perform - they must first be read. But Ukraine clearly did not. negative
        1. Partyzan
          Partyzan 20 November 2017 11: 25
          +6
          Quote: Jedi
          To execute, you must first read them.

          agreements are not written in ancient Ukrainian - they cannot read angry
          1. Jedi
            Jedi 20 November 2017 11: 33
            +4
            Quote: Partyzan
            agreements are not written in ancient Ukrainian - they cannot read

            This is what they do, but they are covered with Russian obscene no worse than a shoemaker. yes
            1. Partyzan
              Partyzan 20 November 2017 11: 40
              +4
              Quote: Jedi
              although the Russian obscenities are no worse than a shoemaker.

              and who does not speak it laughing
        2. LSA57
          LSA57 20 November 2017 11: 50
          +2
          Quote: Jedi
          But Ukraine clearly did not.

          not moved to mov
      2. volodya
        volodya 20 November 2017 11: 23
        +2
        Quote: Partyzan
        and didn’t try humanitarian bombing?

        They want to try something, but they are afraid of Russia!
        1. Partyzan
          Partyzan 20 November 2017 11: 24
          +4
          Quote: volodya
          They want to try something, but they are afraid of Russia!

          So I'm talking about Kuev, but what about you? laughing
    2. 79807420129
      79807420129 20 November 2017 11: 21
      +8
      We are at an impasse regarding the implementation of the Minsk agreements, and

      How long have you been sleeping uncle laughing It can be seen in Moscow that they pumped the pumpkin well, since I saw something that is clear to many. what
      1. Lelek
        Lelek 20 November 2017 12: 29
        +2
        Quote: 79807420129
        It can be seen in Moscow that they pumped the pumpkin well, since I saw something that is clear to many.


        Hey. IMHO, Greminger, when visiting Moscow, had a second task. A probe of Moscow’s possible steps regarding the Ukrainian confrontation in the southeast in connection with Washington’s decision to supply Kiev with lethal weapons. The other day, the Russian leadership said that at the first deliveries it would sign an act recognizing the independence of the LPR and the DPR, conclude a mutual assistance agreement with them and help the republics with weapons (there was talk of an “umbrella” in the sky of the republics). In this case, an escalation of hostilities is inevitable and the activities of OSCE observers become almost impossible. This is what the “visitor” wanted to smell in order to report on the prospect to his bosses (Merkel, Macron, Juncker). This is how I see it.
        1. Normal ok
          Normal ok 20 November 2017 14: 11
          0
          Quote: Lelek
          The other day, the Russian leadership said that at the first deliveries it would sign an act recognizing the independence of the LPR and the DPR, conclude a mutual assistance agreement with them and would help the republics with weapons

          Something has never seen such a statement at the level of "leadership". Usually such statements are made by deputies of the State Duma, which is important for PR.
    3. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 20 November 2017 11: 32
      +2
      OSCE Secretary General: Implementation of the Minsk Agreements is a dead end


      My dog ​​has the same eyes when he pushes the ball under the sofa, a dead end for him! negative
  2. askort154
    askort154 20 November 2017 11: 20
    0
    Yeah, the ratio is 1 versus 56. Although there are 14 former republics of the USSR, but they
    does not count. They are even afraid to recognize Crimea.
    1. volodya
      volodya 20 November 2017 11: 25
      +2
      Quote: askort154
      Yeah, the ratio is 1 versus 56.
      2 vs 404
  3. turbris
    turbris 20 November 2017 11: 21
    +1
    Until Ukraine negotiates directly with the LPR and the DPR, there will be no progress, and the United States prohibits doing this and draws Russia to this conflict. Everything will end with the recognition by Russia of these republics and their inclusion in the Russian Federation, there will be a lot of screeching, but the sanctions have been practically exhausted and Russia will continue to live with them, nothing bad will happen.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 20 November 2017 11: 23
    +4
    We are at an impasse regarding the implementation of the Minsk agreements

    If Europe did not cover the Kiev regime and did not require (for some reason) Russia to implement the Minsk agreements, but strictly demanded this from Kiev and controlled its demand, then there might be no deadlock.
    1. Masya masya
      Masya masya 20 November 2017 11: 55
      +3
      Quote: rotmistr60
      If Europe did not cover the Kiev regime

      S.kin son, but this is their S.kin son ...
  5. solzh
    solzh 20 November 2017 11: 57
    +1
    We are at an impasse regarding the implementation of the Minsk agreements

    C'mon, it didn’t even happen that there was a complete dead end in the Donbass. Or did you begin to notice a dead end in order to introduce peacekeepers to the Donbass? You cannot do anything with peacekeepers. Do not expect. There is only one way out of the deadlock, to hit Parashenko on the head and force him to comply with the Minsk agreements.
  6. bratchanin3
    bratchanin3 20 November 2017 12: 08
    0
    Here is your grandmother and St. George’s Day! The OSCE has ordered. It is France and Germany that must officially declare the failure of their policy to organize a coup in Krajina. And why should the OSCE decide on a police operation in the Donbass. This Russia may not let the Anglo-Saxons in the Donbass.
  7. semuil
    semuil 20 November 2017 12: 20
    0
    Western politicians begin to understand what to do and in which direction to go after visiting Russia. There is one more direction, but this is to the extreme.
  8. Nikolay Fedorov
    Nikolay Fedorov 20 November 2017 12: 23
    +1
    At the same time, Greminger added that any decision on a new police mission, whether armed or not, should be taken by consensus of all 57 OSCE participating States in Vienna.

    Ah, you verbiage is an enemy! Look where you turned! Should the decision on the armed mission of the OSCE be taken by the OSCE itself ?!
  9. iouris
    iouris 20 November 2017 12: 53
    0
    The OSCE is more comfortable putting pressure on Merkel and Macron.
    1. Lelek
      Lelek 20 November 2017 19: 25
      0
      Quote: iouris
      The OSCE is more comfortable putting pressure on Merkel and Macron.


      Hey. The OSCE in general cannot put pressure on anyone, but only give recommendations. And after the United States decided to supply lethal weapons to / from the former Ukraine, the organization’s mission in Ukraine boils down to "0". And this, with the complete silence of the western “guarantors” of Kiev (the guarantors were blown away and the main instigator came out of the shadow - the puzzle has developed).
      1. enmesher
        enmesher 21 November 2017 15: 09
        0
        yeah, sad ... the monkeys want to give a grenade ...
  10. bsk_una
    bsk_una 20 November 2017 14: 13
    0
    Oh lost
  11. Slovak
    Slovak 20 November 2017 19: 44
    0
    Chatterboxes. The benefits of the OSCE are zero. It is necessary to stop communication with them, to arm the DPR and LPR.
  12. Ivan.A
    Ivan.A 21 November 2017 12: 32
    +3
    Quote: Slovak
    The benefits of the OSCE are zero.

    Only harm.
    Quote: Slovak
    It is necessary to stop communication with them, arm the DNI and LC

    So.