The Ukrainian side of the Joint Control and Coordination Centre in Donbas stated that the Russian armed gangs allowed another provocation, saying they were ready to disengage forces in Petrivske.
The mercenaries said they were ready to start disengaging forces on November 4. They added they'd fire a signal flare at 12 a.m.
Joint Control and Coordination Centre admitted that the pro-Kremlin bandits failed to observe the ceasefire along the division line. "In this context, the message of representatives of the occupant authority on the intentions to start the disengagement process (...) is nothing but another provocation (...)", the statement says.