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The first day of regime of complete ceasefire – more that 15 cases of violation

December 10, 2014

Regime of complete ceasefire was not implemented by fighters

The first day of regime of complete ceasefire – more that 15 cases of violation

Here is an operative data from experts of ‘Information Resistance’ group about situation in Eastern Ukraine during the last day.

Ukrainian armed forces in eastern Ukraine complete the order of complete ceasefire since December 9, 09.00 am. Russian-terrorist troops continued their attacks, however, their intensity significantly decreased.

In general, Russian-terrorist troops violated the regime of complete ceasefire more than 15 times.

In particular, experts have registered cases of shelling at Debaltsevo bridgehead and in the area of Donetsk city. Terrorists mostly used small arms and mortars.

The enemy opened fire in the area of the following settlements: Avdiivka, Maryinka, Nikishyno, Chernukhino etc. In the area of village of Peski [near Donetsk airport] terrorists for quite a long time fired at forest plantations for an unknown purpose. At the moment of firing Ukrainian troops were not located in the shelled area.

Other forms of activity of Russian terrorist troops in the ATO zone we also observed.

Experts registered active movement of military sub-units of the enemy in districts of Donetsk. The enemy transfers its forces and measures along the frontline. In addition, there was registered relocation of armored military equipment and artillery systems – 6 systems of cannon artillery.


Today National Security and Defense Council have reported that the regime of complete ceasefire has been prolonged.

Source: coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro [Dmitriy] Tymchuk


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