No ceasefire violations in Donbas on September 1

Source : 112 Ukraine

None of Ukrainian soldiers were wounded or killed in the combat area
23:50, 1 September 2020

Donbas conflict
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No shooting was observed in Donbas combat zone on September 1, Ukraine's Defense Ministry reports.

"The situation in the Joint Forces Operation area remains under control. There has been no ceasefire violations since the beginning of the day. Silence was maintained all over the frontline", the message says.

None of Ukrainian soldiers were wounded or killed in the combat area on this day.

Earlier, Ukraine's State Border Guard decided that starting from September 1, the operations at the entry-exit checkpoints will be carried out daily from 07:00 to 18:30, but citizens will not be allowed to enter the occupied territories after 6 p.m.

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It is noted that citizens traveling from the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine will undergo non-contact body temperature screening and a survey on contact with Covid-19 patients.

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Earlier, we reported that the SBI (Ukraine's State Bureau of Investigations) has completed the pre-trial investigation against the officer of the military police of Ukraine Armed Forces. It appears that the official is suspected of double-dealing with other servicemen's work trips, as they cooperated with the UN peacekeepers. The press office of the SBI reported this on Thursday, August 20.

In July 2019-March 2020, the serviceman pocketed some USD 16,000, as he was responsible for issues related to work trips of Ukrainian servicemen within the UN peacekeeping contingent in the Democratic Republic of Congo. "Besides, he urged a citizen to give a bribe to the officials of the General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces", SBI stated.

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