OSCE says observers again blocked from Crimea

By REUTERS
March 7, 2014 18:03

 
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Military observers from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) have, for the second day in a row, been unable to enter Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula, the body said in a post on Twitter.

"Military assessment visitors from OSCE States denied entry into Crimea on Friday, heading back to Kherson to plan next steps," it said. Kherson is the nearest big down north of the peninsula.

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