The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) spotted 204 explosions in Donbas on November 7, as the report of the organization states.
The OSCE reported about 190 explosions in Donetsk.
“The majority of the violations of the ceasefire, including over the half of the explosions were spotted to south from Svitlodarsk (controlled by Ukraine, 57 km north-east from Donetsk), to east and south-south-east from Pavlopol (controlled by Ukraine, 84 km south from Donetsk) and to south from Kamianka (controlled by Ukraine, 20 km north from Donetsk),” the message said.
14 explosions spotted in Luhansk region.
“Oven one-third of the violations of the ceasefire regime spotted in the areas to south-west and north-west from Stanytsia Luhanska (controlled by Ukraine, 16 km north-east from Luhansk) and north from Obozne (uncontrolled by Ukraine, 18 km north from Luhansk,” the OSCE reported.
As we reported the seven-day ceasefire in Petrivske has been complied with, and Ukrainian side is ready to start disengagement of forces and equipment at the Bohdanivka-Petrivske sector, located on the demarcation line, today, at 12:00, under the condition of mirrored actions.