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Non-Stop OSCE to Stop Putin’s War in Ukraine

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In an undeclared secret Russian war in Eastern Ukraine more than 10,000 Ukrainian people have lost their lives – and these are only the official numbers. They are not only military losses, among them there are civilians and many children. In recent days, we keep receiving reports that the attacks by Russian soldiers and by paramilitary groups supported by them have intensified, despite the agreement signed by Russia in Minsk on 11 February 2015. Every day people die or get wounded.

Unfortunately Russian military reduce the number of attacks or stop them only when OSCE monitors are present on the front line. Therefore we appeal to the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who holds the Chair of the OSCE, to increase the number of OSCE observers, to extend the OSCE observation time to 24 hours a day and also locally to the areas of the Ukrainian border which are temporarily under control of combined Russian-separatist troops.

Minsk 2 agreements are not respected.

This means that our close friends who are on the front may die with each enemy offensive. Fear that something might happen to them is constant. As a German lawyer and as a Ukrainian living abroad and witnessing this terrible war every day, we can’t sleep at night leaving these people without peace and justice. Please join our call.

There is nothing more precious than human life!

It is our common task to save every single human life in this war!


Martin Luithle: Lawyer

Irena Von Burg: Representative of the international movement #StopPutinsWarInUkraine


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