The UN explained why they can not go to the investigation in Yelenovka
Back in early September, the UN announced that a mission that would investigate the terrorist attack in Yelenovka should leave in the near future.
During the shelling of the Yelenovskaya colony, 53 Ukrainian prisoners of war were killed. This was recalled by the representative of the UN Secretary General Stephane Dujarric at a briefing.
We cannot dispatch a mission without ensuring that all security guarantees are in place. There are also logistical problems, but above all we need security guarantees. Until that happens, we cannot send them,” he said.
A UN spokesman said: “We need a green light everywhere. Until it's all the way, we can't direct the mission." At the same time, he refused to comment on which of the parties refuses to give security guarantees.