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OSCE monitors record about 60 explosions in Donbas on January 22-23

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is about three times less than a few days earlier
08:46, 25 January 2018

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The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine recorded fewer ceasefire violations in Donetsk and Luhansk regions compared with the previous reporting period. This was reported on the OSCE website.

“In Donetsk region, the SMM recorded fewer ceasefire violations[1], including 65 explosions, compared with the previous reporting period (about 280 explosions),” the message says.

In Luhansk region, the SMM recorded one ceasefire violation (an explosion); it had recorded about 230 explosions in the previous reporting period.

‘The SMM revisited a permanent storage site beyond respective withdrawal lines in a non‑government-controlled area of Donetsk region and noted as missing ten tanks (five T-64 and five T-72), nine mortars (2B14 Podnos, 82mm) and 15 anti-tank guns (MT-12),” it was also reported.

Related: OSCE most concerned over situation in Svitlodarsk area

As it was reported earleir new cases of the laying of the mines are spotted in Donbas, accoding to the OSCE SMM.

Earlier UN reported that Ukraine ranks first in the world in terms of the number of deaths from mines and the territory of Donbas is one of the most mined regions in the world.

Related: Mandate of OSCE Mission to Ukraine may be extended for another year, - Hug

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