Alexander Hug, deputy head of the OSCE mission to Ukraine, center, shakes hands with Ukrainian general Andrey Taran, right, during their meeting in the village of Shyrokyne, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, April 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Mstyslav Chernov)
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The OSCE chief said Monday a truce was holding in a key village in eastern Ukraine and urged rival sides to "embrace a good chance for peace" in the war-torn region.The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe sent a monitoring mission to Ukraine in March 2014 .The United States and the 28-member European Union insist its full implementation is a key prerequisite for the lifting of sanctions against Russia imposed after its March 2014 annexation of Crimea and alleged meddling in eastern Ukraine.The OSCE now is recruiting officials with military background, Zannier said. He also downplayed Russian claims that the arrival of U.S. paratroopers in Ukraine on a training mission could reignite the conflict.
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