28 children died in Donbas conflict zone because of non-observance of Minsk Agreements and principles of deployment of arms, as Oleksandr Hug, First Deputy Head of OSCE SMM, said, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“This year, 28 children died as a result of shootings, vain promises about ceasefire,” Hug said.
He also noted that three children died over the past week, one more was injured.
Reportedly, three children died in a mine explosion near occupied Horlivka.
Earlier, in late August, the representatives of the Defence Ministry stated that 21 children died because of mine since Donbas war began. In total, 1,858 people were injured by mine explosions.