Eastern Ukraine: Further troop withdrawal of Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists

Eastern Ukraine: Further troop withdrawal of Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists

       Eastern Ukraine Further troop withdrawal of Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists The “unbundling” of the Ukraine conflict continues. A meeting between the heads of state of Ukraine and Russia is increasingly likely. Share article by: Share article by: In the contested Eastern Ukraine, the conflicting parties have begun another withdrawal of troops. Near Petriwske in the Donetsk region, both the Ukrainian Army and the pro-Russian separatists fired white and green signal rockets on Saturday as a starting signal. This confirmed both sides. Demilitarization is seen as the final prerequisite for a possible meeting of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selensky with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. At the same time representatives of Germany and France sit at the table. Originally, the withdrawal should begin a few days ago. However, Kiev rejected this with reference to a break in the ceasefire. More than a week ago, the conflicting parties had already withdrawn soldiers and equipment from the village of Solote in the Luhansk area by about one kilometer and cleared mines. The process, referred to as “unbundling,” is monitored by observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) in Europe. Already in June the soldiers of both sides had been withdrawn in the village Stanyzja Luhanska. In the conflict that has lasted since 2014, UN estimates have died down to around 13. 000 people. Now on wiwo.de You want to know what drives the economy? Click here for the latest articles of WirtschaftsWoche. Share article by: Share article by: © Handelsblatt GmbH – All rights reserved. Acquire usage rights?          Services offered by our partners       
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