Austria urged Russia not only to withdraw from the Donbass

Austria urged Russia not only to withdraw from the Donbass

The minister determined his position on the Austrian National Council (the lower house of parliament) on Thursday.

“Actually, Russia Exercises with Belarus turn the spiral of escalation with threats to deploy troops to Venezuela and Cuba, or cyber attacks against Ukraine. Yes, it is not easy to determine who is responsible for cyber attacks, but they are of particular concern,” Schellenberg said.

According to the Austrian minister, Russia should “withdraw its hands from Ukraine”. He said he did not understand Moscow’s claim that Ukraine and West Positions are at risk. Schalenberg also called on Russia to “back off” padniestrs, Donbass, Crimea, Ossetia, Abkhazia ”. “It would be a way of taking a serious stance towards the Helsinki Final Act,” the head of the foreign ministry said.

Helsinki Final Act of 1 August 1975. Representatives of 35 countries signed in the Finnish capital. The document defines the basic principles that are to be followed by the parties in their mutual relations.

After the signing of this act an organization called the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe was established. In 1995, it was changed to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

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