The OSCE reports 30 explosions in the Donetsk region.
"The greatest number of ceasefire violations was recorded in areas south and west of the village of Svitlodarsk (controlled by the government, 57 km north-east of Donetsk), as well as south and south-west of the Donetsk filter station," reads the message.
It is known that in the Luhansk region, the OSCE recorded 52 explosions.
"Most ceasefire violations were recorded in areas east and southeast of the village of Zolotoe-4 (controlled by the government, 59 km west of Luhansk)," the OSCE said.
Earlier the OSCE head and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia Miroslav Lajcak announced the process of Trilateral Contact Group negotiations regarding new sections for the disengagement of forces in Donbas. He stated this during his visit to the Stanytsia Luhanska.
“Negotiations on disengagement are ongoing within the framework of the Tripartite Contact Group. We fully support this. I don’t want to say what the result we will have. But there is a positive trend, there is a positive trend,” Lajcak said.
In his opinion, the Normandy format summit of the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France, and Germany on December 9 will help to more accurately determine the possibility of new agreements regarding the disengagement of forces and means on the demarcation line in Donbas.