OSCE SMM reported 102 breaches of "ceasefire regime" in Donbas on March 3. All these cases occurred in Donetsk region, reads the report published by the Mission.
Most of the incidents were explosions of uncertain origin that took place to the north of Shyrokyne settlement in Donetsk region. No ceasefire violations were observed in Luhansk region.
Earlier, we reported that the Ukrainian court has declined the request of U.S. attorneys for extradition of American Craig Lang. The man fought in Donbas, serving on the side of Ukraine's government forces. The U.S. government put him on the wanted list for murder that he allegedly committed back home, and for participation in right-wing paramilitary groups - including the military wing of the Right Sector, the famous Ukrainian far-right organization. Craig Lang was detained in Ukraine in August 2019; he never left the country since then.
Meanwhile, Chair of the OSCE and Foreign Minister of Sweden Ann Linde has urged to open all checkpoints in Donbas. "Concerned about recent reports of casualties in eastern Ukraine. Vital to consolidate and build on ceasefire to ease humanitarian situation. Welcome that aid convoy could cross in Shchastya on Monday. Need to open all crossing points on both sides also for civilians,” the message on Linde's Titter account says.