The number of ceasefire violations in Anti-Terrorist Operation area in Donbas increased by 25% over the past week, from June 26 to July 2 compared to the previous week. This was reported by the first deputy head of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine Alexander Hug during the briefing.
"Last week, the mission recorded an increase in the number of ceasefire violations by 25%, compared to the previous week," Hug said.
It was noted that the number of explosions rose due to the attacks from mortars, tanks and artillery.
OSCE representatives said that because of continuing hostilities in Donbas some towns and villages have outages of gas and water supply.
As it was reported earlier an eleven-year old boy injured near militants’ polygon in Luhansk, according to the OSCE. An object the boy picked up exploded in his hands.