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Russian militants keep artillery beyond designated places of storage, - OSCE

This is another piece evidence of Russia's unwillingness to live up to Minsk agreements and the respective commitments to keep the weaponry away from the division line, - Ukrainian side of the Joint Control and Coordination Centre
11:23, 25 January 2019

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Pro-Kremlin mercenaries keep their howitzers behind the division line, but still outside the storage sites where the Minsk-banned weaponry is supposted to be kept. The OSCE SMM reported that in the daily report.

Specifically, the observers spotted six howitzers near Bile village, Luhansk region; that included two units of Gvozdika, the 122 mm self-propelled howitzers and four D-30 towed howitzers of the same caliber.    

Besides, the observers found out that some of the vehicles that belong to the militants are not on their storage sites; that includes five T-64 and T-72 tanks and two Gvozdika howitzers. 

The Ukrainian side of the Joint Control and Coordination Centre insisted that such actions of the illegal armed units are another piece of evidence of Russia's unwillingness to live up to Minsk agreements and the respective commitments to keep the weaponry away from the division line.

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