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24 hours in Donbas: fewer attacks reported
10:46, 11 February 2018
24 hours in Donbas: fewer attacks reported

On Feb. 10, there was only one militant attack on the Ukrainian Army

10:46, 11 February 2018

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Over the past 24 hours, the militants broke the cease-fire in the Donbas conflict zone only once, the Ukrainian Army HQ informs.

“Today the tension along the front line has rather eased. Since the beginning of the day, one attack of Russian-occupational forces on the Ukrainian defenders was reported,” the statement says.

The attack happened in Luhansk sector, where the enemy was attacking from 82-mm mortars and various types of grenade launchers for over an hour near Luhanske. No casualties occurred in this attack.

As it was reported earlier, the sides of the conflict agreed on a cease-fire that started on Dec. 23, prior to Christmas and New Year holidays. It was agreed upon during the meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group in Minsk on December 20th. Despite the yet another agreement, Donbas militants haven’t completely ceased fire.

Related: OSCE observers spot Russian military vehicles in occupied part of Donetsk region

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