Censor.NET reports citing the EU Foreign Diplomatic Service.
"The significant increase of cease-fire violations in the Donetsk region represents an unprecedented level of violence since the sides recommitted to the cease-fire in 2015. We back the call by Special Representative of the Federal Government of Germany for the OSCE Chairmanship, Gernot Erler, and urge all sides to take steps to de-escalate the situation and to fully honour their commitments," the statement reads.
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"A sustainable cease-fire is urgently needed, not least to ensure progress at last in implementing the political obligations from the Minsk agreements.The recent incidents of targeting the OSCE SMM monitors are unacceptable. We call on all sides to refrain from such actions," the statement reads.
At the same time, the EU continues to support the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and the diplomatic efforts within the Normandy format and the Trilateral Contact Group aiming at complete implementation of the Minsk agreements.
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