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OSCE records more cease-fire violations in Donbas
09:07, 26 November 2017
OSCE records more cease-fire violations in Donbas

In Luhansk, there are unidentified armed persons, but the situation appears to be calm

09:07, 26 November 2017

Open source

The SMM OSCE recorded more ceasefire violations in Donetsk and Luhansk regions compared with the previous reporting period, according to their report.

“On the evening and night of 23-24 November, the SMM camera at the Donetsk Filtration Station (15km north of Donetsk) recorded, in sequence, five projectiles in flight from east to west, five explosions assessed as outgoing, five projectiles in flight from east to west, followed by totals of about 20 explosions (of which 11 were assessed as outgoing) and about ten projectiles in flight from east to west, all 0.5-1.5km south,” the statement reads.

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In Donetsk region, the number of explosions decreased (from 80 to 60), but the number of cease-fire violations grew.

In Luhansk region, the SMM recorded more ceasefire violations, including, however, fewer explosions (two), compared with the previous reporting period (about ten explosions).

“The SMM continued monitoring the situation in Luhansk city (see SMM Daily Report, 24 November 2017). On 24 November, it observed a calm situation in the city. At 59 and 48 Radianska Street, as well as at 63 Karla Marksa Street, the SMM saw at least 30 unidentified armed persons wearing military-style clothes and white armbands,” the report informs.

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