Russian militants cut the village of Khoroshe off the grid; the incident occurred in the temporarily occupied territory of the Luhansk region. The press service of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) headquarters reported that.
"On January 31, as a result of a IFV hitting a power transmission tower on Shkilna St. in the temporarily occupied settlement of Horoshe (Luhansk region), the power lines were damaged and the population was completely cut off the grid," the message said.
As the headquarters noted, representatives of the local occupant administration prepared a series of messages on their information resources that aimed to accuse the Ukrainian military of shelling civilians and destroying civilian infrastructure.
The JFO HQ emphasized that the Joint Forces never fired and will not fire at the housing sector, endangering the civilian population living there.
As we reported before, on January 31, Russian militants violated the ceasefire six times, using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements.