The trilateral contact group agreed on a simultaneous opening of two new entry-exit checkpoints in Donbas. The assumed deadline is November 10, 2020, reads the OSCE report.
"Members of the work group confirmed they were ready to open two new entry-exit checkpoints on the contact line", reads the message.
The checkpoints in Zolote and Schastya (both in Luhansk region) are supposed to start working no later than November 10.
On June 10, the Ukrainian side resumed the work of two of five checkpoints in the Joint Forces Operation - Mariinka and Stanytsia Luhanska.
On June 20, Olenivka checkpoint got back to work, just for one day.
The maintenance works began on the Siversky Donets-Donbas, the vital water supply pipeline. A local news agency reported that.
"The restoration works on the Siversky Donets-Donbas water pipeline began in (...) Horlivka today morning", reads the message.
On Wednesday morning, Russian mercenaries damaged the pipeline, in particular, the sections, where the diameter of the pipeline made 2,300 and 2,100 mm. The attack on this object led to severe cuts in water supply volumes in the occupied part of Donetsk region.