Day in Donbas: 120 mm mines hit vicinities of Kamyanka

Source : 112 Ukraine

Small arms fire was observed in the area of Shumy settlement
23:59, 21 September 2021

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Since the beginning of the day, Russian mercenaries breached the ceasefire in Donbas twice; they opened fire from mortars and small arms. Press office of the Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that on Facebook.

120 mm mines hit the vicinities of Kamyanka, Donetsk region. Not far from Shumy, the occupants opened fire from small arms. The Ukrainian military returned fire. No losses were observed in the combat zone.

Earlier, the OSCE released a report, claiming that during the first two weeks of September, their speclaists observed 273 ceasefire violations on the daily average. That's 30 percent more than in August.

11 civilians deceased in the combat zone during the last month of summer. That's the largest monthly number of casualties among the civilians since the ceasefire agreement took effect in July 2020.

Related: Day in Donbas: No ceasefire violations, no losses among Ukrainian troops

Earlier, we reported that a temporary investigation committee of the Ukrainian Parliament that looks into the Wagner case in Ukraine has partially interviewed Vasyl Burba, the former Chief of Main Department for Intelligence of Ukraine's Defense Ministry. Head of the committee Maryana Bezugla reported that on air of Ukraine 24 TV channel.

"Mr. Burba was also given a partial hearing; we continue to listen to his testomonies. The protocol of these sessions will be also included in the enclosed materials of the temporary investigation committee", Bezugla said.

According to her, the case materials will be presented in the interim report of the committee.

When asked about what does "partial hearing" mean, Bezugla said that the session will be continued. 

The further information about witnesses in this case will be revealed some other time because the work is underway.

Related: Donbas gets 2,300 tons of humanitarian aid from Switzerland

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