OSCE SMM observers report another case of an attack on civilians in Donbas. Two incidents occurred in Chermalyk, Donetsk region, as bullets hit the houses in a residential area in the town's outskirts.
' (...) the Mission saw two holes: one in a north-facing outer wall and one in the outer pane of a window on the same side of a single-storey house, as well as a bullet graze mark on a pile of bricks stacked in front of the aforementioned window (all assessed as fresh and caused by small-arms fire). A woman (aged 40-50) who introduced herself as the owner of the house told the SMM that she had been at home with her husband on the evening of 4 June when she heard small-arms fire. At 60 Naberezhna Street, about 60m south from the previous house, the SMM saw a hole (assessed as fresh and caused by small-arms fire) in the southern-facing outer wall of a shed about 10m from a single-storey house. A man (aged 60-70) who introduced himself as the owner of the house told the SMM that he had been at home during the night of 8 June when he had heard small-arms fire', reads the official report.
Recently, Russian occupants disrupted the disengagement of forces in Donbas.