Ban Ki-moon called death investigation in Odessa
The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon urges the two parties to the conflict to take their responsibility and go for a diplomatic solution to the crisis (Photo: File)

The Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki Moon, on Saturday demanded a quick investigation into the death at least 36 people during clashes in the city of Odessa, southern Ukraine. “The secretary general is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life in yesterday’s violent clashes in the city of Odessa, “the official spokesman by means of a statement; where condolences to relatives of the ship víctimas.Ban requested a “quick and conclusive” investigation related to the fire to the House of Unions, which until now handles like a product accident Ukrainian ultranationalist clashes between protesters and prorurros, Chucking where artifacts explosivos.El UN Secretary General insists that the only solution to the conflict is through peace and diplomacy was evident; therefore urges the two parties to the conflict to take their responsibility and ease the tension in calles.El text, published on Saturday, also reviews Ban satisfaction for the release of military observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), held from April 25 by pro-Russian protesters on suspicion of espionaje.En this regard, he thanked all the assistance provided by the Russian government and international diplomacy that facilitated the process.On the crisis, Ban said the political secretary of the UN, Jeffrey Feltman in the coming days will travel to Moscow (Russia) and Kiev (Ukraine), to try a solution to inpulsar problemática.Por Meanwhile, the head of the EU diplomacy, Catherine Ashton, issued a statement in which calls for justice for victims of the incident. “Their positions responsible to justice,” the officer said through a statement.