Day in Donbas: No ceasefire violations observed, no casualties reported

Source : 112 Ukraine

Engineers of Ukraine's State Emergency Situations Ministry cleared almost 7 hectares of land along the demarcation line and found 74 explosives
23:59, 25 November 2020

Ceasefire in Donbas

Since the beginning of November 25, Russian mercenaries did not breach the ceasefire in Donbas. The press office of Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that on Wednesday evening.

"During the current day, November 25, no enemy shots have been recorded. The ceasefire regime along the contact line is fully maintained," the message says.

Related: France regrets end of discussion on Steinmeier formula’s implementation at Donbas talks

In addition, the Ministry of Defense reports that during the day the engineers of the State Emergency Situations Ministry cleared almost 7 hectares of land along the demarcation line and transferred 74 explosives for destruction.

As we reported earlier, a Ukrainian military man deceased at a hospital, succumbing to the fatal gunshot wound that he suffered in Avdiivka, Donetsk region. The fighter was wounded by a sniper of Russian mercenaries on November 24.

Related: Russia supports Joint Action Plan offered by occupied Donbas representatives

Also, Trilateral Contact Group for peaceful solution of Donbas conflict went for a session on November 24. The event took place in the video conference mode. The sides failed to reach consensus in terms of unblocking checkpoints in Donbas combat area.

"The humanitarian subdivision continues to discuss the technical matters of provision of the working schedule of Schastya and Zolote checkpoints, and the exchange of apprehended people. The Russian side took a misunderstandable stance, something that international mediators point at," Ukrainian delegation reported on Facebook.

Related: Ukraine looks into cases of 250 foreign mercenaries fighting in Donbas

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