Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Foreign Minister of North Macedonia Bujar Osmani, who is visiting Kyiv, APA reports citing the Twitter account of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office.
"Dear Dmytro Kuleba, I was hopeful that the aggression would cease and that life would be back to normality when I returned to Ukraine as OSCE Chairman-in-Office capacity. Revisiting the images of devastated homes and shattered human destinies are again causing distress. I would like to reiterate our strongest condemnation of the continued Russian aggression against #Ukraine. Yesterday’s brutal missile attacks in #Dnipro, causing the loss of life of innocent civilians and damaging critical infrastructure, are utterly wrong and have no justification.
I call on the Russian Federation to stop this war, withdraw its troops from #Ukraine, recommit to the principles of the OSCE and return to diplomacy.
OSCE will support all initiatives that will lead to a just and sustainable peace, ensuring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine within the internationally recognized borders," the post reads.