OSCE spots 41 vehicles coming from Russia to Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

Two convoys and ten pedestrians crossed the Ukrainian border in three various locations
10:14, 22 January 2020

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OSCE observers reported that two convoys came from Russia and crossed the Ukrainian border on January 21. 41 vehicles and 10 people were mentioned in the OSCE SMM's daily report

One man crossed the border in the area of Ulyanovskoye, Russia. 21 light-duty cars, one bus and seven pedestrians crossed the border near Uspenka village in Russia. The rest came to Ukrainian territory in the area of Mariynivka.

21 cars, three tented vans, two buses and six people left the territory of Ukraine near Uspenka. 11 cars and ten people moved to Russia in the area of Marynivka.

OSCE Mission claimed that the armed formations in occupied Donbas frequently deny the access for the Mission's observers in the areas that are adjacent to the militant-controlled sections of Ukraine's state border.

Related: 140 explosions spotted in Donbas, - OSCE

On January 21, pro-Kremlin militants launched two attacks on positions of Ukrainian forces in Donbas combat area. The enemy used Minsk-banned weaponry, namely the 82 mm mortars.

According to the Joint Forces Operation HQ, the armed bandits opened fire from small arms near Krasnohorivka (Luhansk region). They also fired 82 mm mortars, anti-tank grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms near Zaitsevo.

Ukrainian forces took no casualties.

Related: Ukraine, OSCE discuss extension of SMM in Donbas

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