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UN report on the number of dead and injured civilians in Donbass

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The UN Office in Ukraine has published fresh data on the number of victims of the armed conflict in the Donbas. The report says that since 2014, more than 2,5 thousand civilians have died in the region, about 9 thousand civilians were injured of varying degrees of severity. It is noteworthy that earlier in the UN reports sounded somewhat different data: more than 10 thousand wounded civilians.


UN report on the number of dead and injured civilians in Donbass


It is also stated that in Ukraine as a whole about 4,4 million people are affected by the fighting in the Donbas. First of all, we are talking about refugees.

It is noted that every month the line of demarcation crosses up to a million citizens, facing many problems, including the problem of access to receiving pensions and social benefits.

Recall that in Ukraine there are measures for the economic blockade of Donbass, when all pensions and other benefits in the territory beyond the control of Kiev are not listed. Kiev offers to old people and disabled people to cross the line of delimitation on a monthly basis to receive accruals in banks in the territories under their control. Against this backdrop, shelling of the territory of Donbass continues, and the Ukrainian authorities are shouting loudly about the need to introduce the United Nations peacekeeping contingent on the border with Russia. And why not to the border with NATO countries?

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  1. Herculesic
    Herculesic 1 March 2018 06: 12
    +2
    Knowing the deceitfulness of this all-planet eatery, I recommend placing the report in the restroom, its prints on soft paper! There, along the way, diplomats, if they wish, can read it before using it as toilet paper.
  2. 210ox
    210ox 1 March 2018 06: 13
    +6
    Why? Because our leadership still licks the Minsk conspiracy.
    1. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 1 March 2018 06: 24
      +7
      Dmitry, welcome hi licked a little earlier, and now everyone fled and we lost this. request
      1. 210ox
        210ox 1 March 2018 06: 36
        +1
        Vitaly, good morning. Well, then they are dancing with a tambourine over the body of the deceased ... yes
        Quote: ul_vitalii
        Dmitry, welcome hi licked a little earlier, and now everyone fled and we lost this. request
  3. ul_vitalii
    ul_vitalii 1 March 2018 06: 17
    +4
    There is a constant rotation of the UN mission, hence the dance of numbers like an accordion. And bias remains stably stable, as it is now cold, in our Volga region.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 1 March 2018 06: 35
    +2
    Reprimanded Kiev authorities
    faced with numerous challenges, including access to pensions and social benefits
    so, what is next? The UN, its representatives in missions, instead of harsh conviction from behind, threaten with a finger. Until the LDNR once again gives the junta the junta with its teeth, it will calm down.
  5. samarin1969
    samarin1969 1 March 2018 07: 05
    +1
    A statement by the UN office and yesterday's Austrian “speech” is media preparation for a “peacekeeping” purge in the Donbass. ... Politicians justify any abomination of "the interests of the people."
  6. German Titov
    German Titov 1 March 2018 07: 51
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    It is noted that every month the line of demarcation crosses up to a million citizens, facing many problems, including the problem of access to receiving pensions and social benefits.

    This is of course a big concern. Many simply "forgave" their pensions to Ukraine. Those who leave are like "supervised" (marks, checks at the place of residence, etc.). In the junta there are such "cheaters" that the card "katals" look like a "nursery group".
    1. Antares
      Antares 1 March 2018 11: 34
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      Quote: German Titov
      It is noted that every month the line of demarcation crosses up to a million citizens, facing many problems, including the problem of access to receiving pensions and social benefits.

      There are no ways to pay in uncontrolled territory. There are no Ukrainian banks (they don’t guarantee the security of collectors and generally don’t want to know Ukraine there). Translated, as I recall, on the card. But there are no ATMs there either. In general, a wedge. And the only way out was to pay at a controlled place, where there are opportunities for payments.
      I have not seen rational offers on the best way to make these payments. Yes, and opinions differ (from the refusal of any payments from Ukraine to the need to pay them)
      And here’s what - do not forget that the UN report is on both sides. Not only the Ordilo-and controlled territories under fire. And victims on both sides. And most of the refugees and displaced persons in the controlled territory moved.