Disengagement of forces and military equipment in the area of Stanytsia Luhanska on November 26 did not take place due to the recent militants’ attacks from "LPR", the correspondent of "112 Ukraine" TV channel reports.
"Because of the tight two-hour attack in Stanytsia Luhanska on November 24 by enemy forces, once again the planned disengagement did not take place today in accordance with the Framework Agreement reached in Minsk," he said, adding that over the past two days no attacks were recorded in the area.
The representative of Ukraine in the Joint center for control and coordination of the ceasefire, Boris Kremenetskiy in the comment to "112 Ukraine" reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine were ready for disengagement, but two days ago, the militants violated the reached agreements.
"We were willing to take away our forces, but the day before yesterday at 8.30 p.m. to 10.55 p.m. there attacks were made on the site using the automatic grenade launchers, a 32 mm gun of the BMP-2, RPGs and small arms. That is why disengagement was disrupted by the militants once again," he informed.