Guarantees are needed: the UN explained why they cannot investigate the terrorist attack in Yelenovka

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Guarantees are needed: the UN explained why they can not investigate the terrorist attack in Yelenovka

According to the representative of the UN Secretary General Stephane Dujarric, the mission has not yet been provided with security guarantees. However, he did not specify which party refuses to do so.

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During a briefing on October 4, the representative of the UN Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric, explained why the mission of the organization is still not investigating the terrorist attack on the territory of the pre-trial detention center in Yelenovka, Donetsk region. According to him, the mission did not provide security guarantees.

Dujarric did not specify which side refuses to provide security guarantees to members of the UN mission, but noted that there are still problems with logistics.

“We cannot send any mission without ensuring that we have all the security guarantees. There are also logistical problems, but first of all we need security guarantees. Until that happens, we cannot send them,” he said.

In addition, the representative of the Secretary General said that the mission needs a “green light” along its entire route.

“Until this is not all the way, we cannot send the mission to the site,” — Dujarric explained.

On August 15, it became known that members of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited the prisoner-of-war camp in Yelenovka twice, but despite all their attempts to talk to the captured Ukrainians in private.