The OSCE Monitoring Mission has recorded far fewer violations in Donbas since July 27, when the regime of a sustainable and comprehensive ceasefire began to operate. This was stated by representative of the OSCE SMM in Kramatorsk Edrina Milford during a meeting that took place on September 26, at the Mayorske checkpoint with the participation of President Volodymyr Zelensky.
"For seven weeks after the start of the introduction of additional measures for a sustainable and comprehensive ceasefire, from July 27 to September 16, 1,052 cases of violations were recorded. For comparison, five weeks before that we recorded 18027 violations," the press service of the head state.
According to the OSCE representative, in two months of the truce, only one wound of a civilian was recorded (on the first day of its action).
Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Ruslan Homchak, who was also present at the meeting, noted that the ceasefire is being observed in the Donbas, despite "isolated and unintended shots."
As reported before, French President Emmanuel Macron stated that the Normandy format of peace talks (Ukraine-Germany-France-Russia) allowed Paris and Berlin to reach progress in solving the conflict in Donbas. The politician said so during the video conference at the 75th session of the UN General Assembly.