The Russian delegation plans on Thursday at a regular meeting of the permanent Council of the OSCE to raise the issue of new sanctions of Ukraine against Russian politicians, journalists, social networks, said Tuesday RIA Novosti, Russia’s permanent representative to the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich.
“This topic will be accentuated announced at the next meeting of the OSCE permanent Council on Thursday in the debate on the situation in Ukraine and the progress of the Minsk agreements,” he said.
Lukashevich stressed that the Russian mission “disappointed and outraged by such actions of the current Ukrainian government, which has real, practical measures, restricts the legitimate, European-proven commitment and right of all to access the world wide web, especially to participate in discussions within existing social networks, regardless of their nationality”.
He called Kiev’s actions “absolutely intolerable attitude to its international obligations, primarily OSCE”.
“Here we are talking about hard-discriminatory measure which fits in the General course of the Ukrainian leadership on the complication of relations with Russia”, — said the Agency interlocutor.