Russia sent to the UN security Council a resolution on peacekeepers in the Donbass

Russia has sent a draft resolution to the UN on the introduction of peacekeepers in Donbass. It is reported TASS with reference to the permanent representative of Russia to the organization Vasily Nebenzia.

“Today we have submitted a corresponding draft resolution to the President of the Security Council and the UN Secretary General,” — said Nebenzia.

A statement sent to the President of the security Council of the United Nations (UN) tekeda alemu and generalnomu Secretary Antonio Guterres.

September 5, Vladimir Putin announced the intention to introduce in the UN security Council resolution on sending peacekeepers to the Donbass. According to the Russian head of state, the peacekeepers will ensure the safety of employees of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe. In Kiev strongly opposed the deployment of Russian troops in the peacekeeping mission in the Donbass. Kiev has repeatedly accused Moscow of providing financial and military supporting militias DND and LNR. In the Kremlin deny the charges and claim that Russia is not a party to the conflict.