Last quote by Alexander Hug
We have seen on both sides an incredible amount of cease-fire violations. We have seen the whole range of heavy weapons in the area here, starting from the smaller caliber mortars to larger caliber artillery to multiple launch rocket systems in the areas where they shouldn't be. We have seen them inside Avdiivka, we have seen them in Yasynovata, we have seen them in Donetsk city.
Feb 03 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Alexander Hug is associated, including Donetsk and OSCE. Most recently, Alexander Hug has been quoted saying: “We have had many flare-ups before and yet somehow the sides have pulled back, reverting to an uneasy, often violent static confrontational stance. Now however the stakes are even higher, there is a potential humanitarian and ecological disaster about to unfold.” in the article Ukraine, separatists must act to stave off 'humanitarian disaster': aid, security groups. An other article where Alexander Hug has been quoted is OSCE monitoring mission vehicles torched in eastern Ukraine.
Quotes by Alexander Hug
Feb 03 2017
We have had many flare-ups before and yet somehow the sides have pulled back, reverting to an uneasy, often violent static confrontational stance. Now however the stakes are even higher, there is a potential humanitarian and ecological disaster about to unfold.
Aug 09 2015
This is the last of a series of incidents affecting the security of the OSCE and its property. It seems that this sort intimidation is aimed at stopping OSCE from reporting what is going on in the area. I have to make it clear that the OSCE mission to Ukraine has no intention at this stage to withdraw from Donetsk.
Jan 15 2015
The Ukrainian representative to the JCCC, the representative of the Russian Federation to the JCCC and the DPR members will form a joint investigation into that incident.
Nov 14 2014
The OSCE special monitoring has witnessed and observed at three locations columns on the territory controlled by the rebels. The OSCE special monitoring mission cannot verify or comment upon where these columns origin from.
Sep 15 2014
It is a very complicated and almost impossible task to determine from where incoming artillery fire comes from, where that is possible we point out in our reports the direction from which the artillery fire came.
Aug 03 2014
But that has been talked through and we have a specific procedure in place should there be an immediate danger to the site, then we leave.
Jul 31 2014
We reached the site shortly before two o'clock, stayed there until shortly after three o'clock and then returned back the same way we came without any incident, left rebel-held territory into government-held territory and then shortly before Donetsk returned back into rebel-held territory.
Jul 28 2014
We stopped because there was gunfire and what we understood to be artillery impacts nearby, very near. We stopped the convoy, we had a discussion with our security detail. While talking the fire came closer. So I made the decision for the OSCE to return.
Jul 27 2014
We will try to do all we can to clarify the situation and we will attempt to do the same thing tomorrow, again.
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