OSCE Special Monitoring Mission should provide full and unobstructed access to Crimea under occupation
At the European Security and Cooperation Organization meeting, it has stated that the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission should provide full and unobstructed access to Crimea under Russian Occupation.
At the meeting organised by the OSCE Permanent Council on February 6, 2020, delegations from the USA, the European Union and Ukraine drew attention to the obstacles in front of the OSCE Ukraine Special Monitoring Mission’s access to occupied Crimea.
Also, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission made the following expression on the subject:
“Full and unobstructed access to the occupied areas of Ukraine should be provided. This situation applies to the occupied Crimea and the city of Akyar (Sevastopol) as well.”