OSCE fixates ceasefire regime violation in Petrivske

OSCE patrol, which was monitoring the situation, heard three bursts from a large-caliber machine gun
14:04, 22 November 2019

Presidential Administration press office

The OSCE special monitoring mission in Ukraine has detected violations of the ceasefire regime in the area of ​​the disengagement of forces in Petrivske. This was reported by the press service of the Joint Forces Operation.

"The OSCE SMM's daily report of November 21 indicated that on November 20, 2019, the camera recorded a gross violation of the ceasefire regime committed by occupying armed forces within the disengagement area №3 Petrivske," the statement said.

It is noted that the OSCE patrol, which was monitoring the situation 2 km north of Petrivske, heard three bursts from a large-caliber machine gun.

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"By projecting this event on the map of the area, you can get the result, the shots were fired from the temporarily occupied territories by occupying armed formations near, or within the disengagement area №3 Petrivske in an unknown direction," Joint Forces Operation stated.

As we reported earlier, the Ukrainian military completed the demining works in Bohdanivka and Petrivske. Bohdan Petryk, the press officer of the 128th Detached Mountain Assault Brigade reported that as quoted by Radio Liberty.

"The mine-clearing works were done at 12 a.m. on November 20. And today, November 21, we began to dismantle fortifications and other objects of military purpose", he said.

Related: OSCE SMM in Ukraine Head welcomes beginning of disengagement of forces in Petrivske, Donbas

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