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Militants disrupt decouplement near Stanytsia Luhanska, - Joint Forces Operation command

The next data of disengagement in this region, provided that the full ceasefire will last for seven days, might take place June 16, 2019
12:22, 10 June 2019

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A set of events was disrupted because of another violation of ceasefire by Russian illegal formations and occupation administration. Minsk Agreements provided those events on decouplement near Stanytsia Luhanska, the press office of Joint Forces Operation HQ reported on Facebook.

In particular, starting from June 7, the Russian occupation forces performed attacks at the Armed Forces positions in this region, as it was reported by OSCE Monitoring Mission.

Related: Day in Donbas: Fourteen attacks by pro-Russian militants

“Considering the indicated, the next data of decouplement in this region, provided that the full ceasefire will last for seven days, might be on June 16, 2019,” the message reads.

Joint Forces command stresses that the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine carry out an additional preparation and are ready to back the forces and materials.

Related: Donbas war: Occupants violate armistice 11 times on June 9

As it was reported on June 8, Ukraine’s side of the Joint Centre of Control and Coordination reported on continuation of the attacks performed by the illegal armed formations of the Russian Federation at the civilian settlements along the demarcation line.  

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