The OSCE representative, the coordinator of the Minsk humanitarian subgroup Toni Frisch approved the program for reunification of the Donbass people, offered DPR and LPR, stated the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Donetsk People's Republic Darya Morozova.
"The humanitarian program for reunion of the Donbass people was presented at the meeting in the Minsk format. The document won approval of the OSCE representative, Mr Frisch," she said.
Morozova reminded that one of the key objectives envisioned by the program is to ensure ecological security of Donbass, which is meant for prevention and decrease in the current negative impact on the environment. According to Morozova, within this particular point there is provided establishment of a joint inspection with participation of representatives of the Emergency Situations Ministry, public and international organizations which will be monitoring security of enterprises located in the Donbass territory.
"As the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Donetsk People's Republic I advocate for the rights of the region's inhabitants for favourable living conditions in the environment. I focus attention on the fact that, according to the additional protocol to the Geneva conventions, civil objects shouldn't be subjected to armed aggression," added the Ombudsman.
At the negotiations on March 1 in the Belarusian capital, the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics submitted the humanitarian program for reunification of the Donbass people, offered earlier by the Head of the DPR Alexander Zakharchenko and the LPR Head Igor Plotnitsky.
DONi News Agency