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OSCE spots Grad multiple rocket launchers at withdrawal area in Luhansk region

Source : 112 Ukraine

Besides, the howitzers were spotted near Miusynsk
12:50, 5 March 2020

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The drones of the OSCE SMM in the occupied territory of Luhansk region spotted multiple rocket launchers deployed with the violation of the line of withdrawal as the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination reported on Facebook.

Particularly, 20 multiple rocket launchers (BM-21 "Grad", 122 mm) near Krasnolutsky, seven multiple rocket launchers (BM-21 "Grad", 122 mm) at the firing range near Miusynsk, seven multiple rocket launchers (BM-21 "Grad", 122 mm) at the territory of the object, south-west from Sadovy. On March 2, the patrol of the mission spotted six multiple rocket launchers (BM-21 "Grad", 122 mm), which were heading towards south-west from Ivanivka, Luhansk region.

Moreover, on March 2, the drone spotted 11 tanks (T-64B/T-64M – eleven, T-72 – three), 10 self-propelled howitzers (2S1 Gvozdika, 122 mm) and 12 howitzers (D-30, 122 mm) at the firing range near Miusynsk.

Related: Militants attack Ukrainian positions in Donbas 13 times, two servicemen injured

On March 3, the SMM patrol spotted two tanks (T-72) at the firing range near Kruhlyk. The armament was place near withdrawal line but outside the allocated storage sites.

The Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination reported that the armed formations of the Russian Federation continue to flagrantly violate Minsk Agreements, deploying the armament with the violation of the withdrawal line and outside the allocated storage sites.

On March 4, Ukraine's military took casualties as Russian occupant forces continue to attack their positions in the war-torn Donbas. One serviceman sustained a grave combat injury; Ukraine's Defense Ministry reported that on Wednesday.

 

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