Turkey welcomed the agreement on full and comprehensive ceasefire in Donbas, which entered into force on July 27, and expressed its hope that all parties to the conflict would comply with it. The relevant statement was made by the official representative of Turkey’s Foreign Ministry Hami Aksoy.
“We welcome the agreement reached by the OSCE Trilateral Contact Group on additional strengthening measures to establish a comprehensive and lasting ceasefire in the east of Ukraine as of 27 July 2020. We expect all relevant parties to act in line with this agreement,” the statement said.
The country, in its turn, will continue to support the efforts aimed at ensuring peace in the region.
As we reported earlier, the day before the ceasefire began, Russian occupants went for a provocation near Novmykhailivka, Donetsk region. The enemy planted POM-2 anti-personnel mines, using anti-tank grenade launchers.
"The situation in the area of Joint Forces Operation remains under control. Units of Ukraine's Armed Forces carry on to complete the actual objectives," reads the message.