Dzheppar at OSCE plans to discuss monitoring of Ukrainian-Russian border

Dzheppar at OSCE plans to discuss monitoring of Ukrainian-Russian border

First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar will pay a visit to Vienna on Monday, where she will raise the issues of the Crimean platform and monitoring of the Ukrainian-Russian border at the OSCE level.

"I am going to visit Vienna, where I will raise various issues, including Crimea and the advocacy of the Crimean platform, as well as the idea of Ukraine, which we have been discussing for a long time, – the OSCE's constant monitoring of the Ukrainian-Russian border, which has been blocked by the Russian Federation since the beginning of the occupation," Dzheppar said at an online briefing on Monday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

She added that she would discuss these issues during meetings at the OSCE Secretariat and at bilateral meetings with ambassadors from different countries.

On September 23, President Volodymyr Zelensky presented the concept of the International Crimean Platform to the UN and invited international partners to join the initiative for de-occupation of the peninsula.


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