As of Monday morning, pro-Russian militants have not opened fire in the combat area in eastern Ukraine. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported this on March 11.
It appears that none of the warring sides violated the armistice on that day.
The Joint Forces keep the situation under control.
Earlier, the Armed Forces of Ukraine detained the fighter of the Luhansk People’s Republic on March 9, the detainee expressed willingness to fight for the Ukrainian army. The Joint Forces Operation (JFO) HQ reports this.
“On March 9, the soldiers of one of the units of the brigade of the Joint Forces operation, which carries combat missions in the direction of Severodonetsk, noticed a man heading along the forest line towards our position. When the four soldiers went closer to him and let him go down the trench, then our defenders detained the unknown man,” the report said.
The detainee had a Kalashnikov AK-74 machinegun, a military ID of the 'Luhansk People's Republic', issued in Alchevsk, as well as the banknotes of the Russian bank, a vacation ticket, a certificate of medical treatment of the military unit L 74347 and other similar documents.
“The detained man appeared to be a citizen of Ukraine, Y. was born in Mykolayiv in 1976, and his passport was issued in Stakhanov city in 1992. The registration of traitor’s passport is also Stakhanov city of Luhansk region," the report said.