OSCE chief: Russian units not in Donbass -- no mention of troops and snipers from Poland and the Baltics | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


OSCE chief: Russian units not in Donbass -- no mention of troops and snipers from Poland and the Baltics

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) can not confirm the presence of Russian troops in the Donbass as such, but draws attention to evidence of involvement of foreign citizens and weapons in the conflict. This was stated by OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier.

"When I am asked if there are Russian units there, I, referring to the information from our observers, say that these units are not there as such, but we see the presence of military equipment from the outside. In addition, we see a large presence of equipment and fuel, which came from somewhere, in addition, there are foreign military personnel in the region," he said.

At the same time, Zannier stressed that such military men themselves acknowledge this, but they say that they came on their own.

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