Ukraine demands 48-hour meeting with Russia on border military activity


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Soldados ucranianos usam míssil antitanque NLAW na base militar de Yavoriv.

Ukrainian soldiers use NLAW anti-tank missile at Yavoriv military base.| Photo: EFE Agency

The government of Ukraine demanded this Sunday () a meeting in the next 48 hours with Russia and all countries participating in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Vienna Document, after Moscow ignored ultimatum to respond in detail about its military activities near the border with Ukraine.
“Russia did not respond to our request under the Vienna Document on Confidence and Security-Building Measures, presented by Ukraine last Friday,” the minister said. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on his official Twitter account. “We demand a meeting with Russia and all participating States within 40 hours to discuss reinforcement and redeployment along our border and the temporarily occupied Crimea,” he said.

Moscow has also recently written a letter to all OSCE member countries asking them to take a stand on what they mean by indivisible security in Europe. Russia claims that it has the sovereign right to station troops anywhere on its territory and, in turn, denounces the massive supply of weapons to Ukraine by the West.

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