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22.07.20 10:51 Russian-led forces launch nine attacks in Donbas. One Ukrainian soldier killed
On July 21, armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas nine times.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"The enemy used 82mm and 120mm mortars, weapons on infantry fighting vehicles, grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns, and small arms to attack Ukrainian positions. The servicepersons of the Joint Forces decisively responded to enemy shelling and continue to monitor the situation on the contact line. Our soldiers are always ready to react immediately to possible threats from any direction," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
In the zone of action of tactical force Pivnich, the enemy used 120mm mortars to shell Ukrainian positions near Novotoshkivske (53km west of Luhansk); 82mm mortars, grenade launchers and heavy machine guns – outside Krymske (42km north-west of Luhansk); heavy machine guns and grenade machine guns – in the area of Khutir Vilnyi.
In the zone of action of tactical force Skhid, Russian-occupation troops fired 82mm mortars and grenade launchers on Ukrainian defenders near Hnutove (20km north-east of Mariupol); heavy machine guns and grenade machine guns – outside Pavlopil (25km north-west of Mariupol); weapons on infantry fighting vehicles – in the area of Lebedynske (16km east of Mariupol); tripod-mounted man-portable antitank guns – near Vodiane (94km south of Donetsk).
Read more: Invaders fire artillery, mortars in Donbas. One Ukrainian soldier killed
One Ukrainian soldier was killed, another one was wounded over the past day.
Today, the Russian armed formations have already violated ceasefire four times. No casualties among Ukrainian troops have been reported.
The situation in the JFO area remains controlled.

23.07.20 10:21 Invaders violate ceasefire in Donbas 15 times. Four Ukrainian soldiers wounded
On July 22, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas 15 times.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"The enemy used 120mm mortars banned under the Minsk agreements, weapons on infantry fighting vehicles, grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns, UAVs, and small arms to shell Ukrainian positions," the press centre of the JFO Headquarters reports.
Over the past day, four Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the enemy shelling. They were evacuated to a medical facility and provided with the necessary medical care.
Read more: Ukrainian military killed while performing battle mission in Donbas
The Ukrainian military gave a decent response to the enemy attacks and thwarted hostile armed activity with authorized weapons.
Today, the Russian armed formations have not yet violated the ceasefire.
The situation in the JFO area remains controlled by the Joint Forces, the Headquarters added.


24.07.20 10:48 Invaders use 120mm mortars to attack Ukrainian positions in Donbas
On July 23, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas eight times.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"The enemy used 120mm mortars banned under the Minsk agreements, grenade launchers of different systems, and small arms to attack Ukrainian positions," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
The Ukrainian military gave a decent response to enemy attacks and thwarted hostile armed activity with the use of authorized weapons.
Over the past day, no casualties among Ukrainian defenders were rep
orted. According to intelligence reports, on July 23, two Russian invaders were wounded.
Read more: OSCE Special Representative in TCG says what measures envisage agreement on ceasefire in Donbas
Today, the Russian armed formations have violated ceasefire three times. No casualties among Ukrainian troops have been reported.
The situation in the JFO area remains controlled by the Joint Forces, the Headquarters added.


 

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27.07.20 10:52 Russian-led forces launched 13 attacks in Donbas in last day
On July 26, armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas 13 times.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"The enemy used 82mm and 120mm mortars, grenade launchers of different systems, weapons on infantry fighting vehicles, UAVs, and small arms near Vodiane (94km south of Donetsk), Pivdenne (40km north-east of Donetsk), Shyrokyne (20km east of Mariupol), Lebedynske (16km east of Mariupol), Pisky (11km north-west of Donetsk), Opytne (12km north-west of Donetsk), Pyshchevyk (25km north-east of Mariupol)," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
In addition, the occupiers fired sniper rifles outside the village of Shchastia (20km north of Luhansk); and 122mm rockets, 82mm mortars, grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns in the area of Avdiivka (17km north of Donetsk).
One Ukrainian defender was wounded in the enemy shelling over the past day.
"On the eve of a full and comprehensive ceasefire, the enemy made another provocation near Novomykhailivka (28km south-west of Donetsk) and mined Ukrainian positions with POM-2 anti-personnel mines using anti-tank grenade launchers. Such mines are prohibited by the Ottawa Treaty and are manufactured exclusively in the Russian Federation. POM-2 mines are placed remotely and self-destruct in a period from 4 to 100 hours," the JFO Headquarters noted.
A mine may get activated after the ceasefire starts and this will be regarded as an attack launched by Ukrainian troops and, therefore, a failure of Ukrainian servicepersons to comply with ceasefire, the Headquarters explained.

On July 26, the armed forces of the Russian Federation also fired 82mm mortars on residential buildings in Avdiivka, causing the destruction of a house. No civilian casualties were reported.
"The situation in the Joint Forces Operation area remains controlled. The units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to perform their tasks. In this context, it should be emphasized once again that full and comprehensive ceasefire measures do not deprive Ukrainian soldiers of a right to act in accordance with the norms of international humanitarian law and national legislation of Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are ready to give an adequate rebuff to the enemy if the ceasefire agreements are violated," the statement reads.

27.07.20 11:21 Ceasefire in Donbas starts
Donbas from 00:00 on July 27.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
The Trilateral Contact Group agreed on the establishment of the full and comprehensive ceasefire during a video conference meeting held on July 22.
The agreements reached include a ban on offensive and reconnaissance operations and use of firearms, including sniper equipment. The ceasefire violations should entail taking disciplinary measures.
Ukrainian servicepersons, who earlier participated in the UN peacekeeping missions, will monitor compliance with the ceasefire.
Read more: Russian-led forces launched 13 attacks in Donbas in last day
According to the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters, representatives of domestic and foreign media will be involved to provide impartial coverage of the situation in Donbas during the ceasefire.

28.07.20 10:40 Ceasefire in Donbas observed today
From 00:00 and as of 07:00 on July 28, no shelling was recorded in the Joint Forces Operation area in Donbas.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"No shelling was recorded in the disengagement areas No.1, No.2 and No.3," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
Three ceasefire violations were recorded over the past day.
In particular, the enemy fired grenade launchers of different systems and small arms on Ukrainian troops near Vodiane (94km south of Donetsk); grenade machine guns, heavy machine guns, and small arms – outside Pivdenne (40km north-east of Donetsk); hand-held antitank grenade launchers were used to place POM-2 anti-personnel mines in the area of Novomykhailivka (28km south-west of Donetsk).
Read more: Ceasefire in Donbas starts
Ukrainian servicepersons did not fire back. No casualties were reported.


28.07.20 16:46 Invaders violate ceasefire near Shumy in Donetsk region
Russian-occupation troops have violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas once. No casualties have been reported.
As reported by Censor.NET.
Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Mykhailo Sharavara said this at a briefing on Tuesday.
"As of 12:00 on July 28, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area once by firing an under-barrel grenade launcher at Ukrainian positions near Shumy (41km north of Donetsk). According to available information, no casualties among the Ukrainian military were reported," he said.
The units of the Joint Forces continue to abide by the ceasefire agreement and are ready to give an adequate response to any insidious and provocative actions of the enemy, the spokesman said.
Read more: Netherlands to continue putting pressure on Russia over annexation of Crimea – ambassador
As reported, during a meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) in Minsk on July 22, the parties agreed on a complete and comprehensive ceasefire on the contact line in Donbas from July 27.
Retaliatory fire responding to an offensive operation is only permissible if it occurs at the order made by the respective leadership of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The TCG shall be notified of the issuance of such orders.


29.07.20 10:13 OSCE records 111 violations on first day of ceasefire
On Monday, July 27, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM) recorded 111 ceasefire violations in Donbas.
Censor.NET reports citing OSCE SMM report.
"Following the meeting of
the Trilateral Contact Group on July 22, which reached an agreement regarding additional measures to strengthen the ceasefire as of 00:01 on July 27, the SMM recorded 111 ceasefire violations, all in Donetsk region, including 21 explosions," reads a daily report published by the OSCE SMM on July 28.
In addition, the Mission continued monitoring the disengagement areas near Stanytsia Luhanska, Zolote and Petrivske. An SMM long-range unmanned aerial vehicle spotted people inside the latter two disengagement areas during evening and night hours.
According to the report, the SMM’s freedom of movement continued to be restricted.
Read more: Netherlands to continue putting pressure on Russia over annexation of Crimea – ambassador
As reported, during a meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) in Minsk on July 22, the parties agreed on a complete and comprehensive ceasefire on the contact line in Donbas from July 27.
 

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27.07.20 10:52 Russian-led forces launched 13 attacks in Donbas in last day
On July 26, armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas 13 times.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"The enemy used 82mm and 120mm mortars, grenade launchers of different systems, weapons on infantry fighting vehicles, UAVs, and small arms near Vodiane (94km south of Donetsk), Pivdenne (40km north-east of Donetsk), Shyrokyne (20km east of Mariupol), Lebedynske (16km east of Mariupol), Pisky (11km north-west of Donetsk), Opytne (12km north-west of Donetsk), Pyshchevyk (25km north-east of Mariupol)," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
In addition, the occupiers fired sniper rifles outside the village of Shchastia (20km north of Luhansk); and 122mm rockets, 82mm mortars, grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns in the area of Avdiivka (17km north of Donetsk).
One Ukrainian defender was wounded in the enemy shelling over the past day.
"On the eve of a full and comprehensive ceasefire, the enemy made another provocation near Novomykhailivka (28km south-west of Donetsk) and mined Ukrainian positions with POM-2 anti-personnel mines using anti-tank grenade launchers. Such mines are prohibited by the Ottawa Treaty and are manufactured exclusively in the Russian Federation. POM-2 mines are placed remotely and self-destruct in a period from 4 to 100 hours," the JFO Headquarters noted.
A mine may get activated after the ceasefire starts and this will be regarded as an attack launched by Ukrainian troops and, therefore, a failure of Ukrainian servicepersons to comply with ceasefire, the Headquarters explained.

On July 26, the armed forces of the Russian Federation also fired 82mm mortars on residential buildings in Avdiivka, causing the destruction of a house. No civilian casualties were reported.
"The situation in the Joint Forces Operation area remains controlled. The units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to perform their tasks. In this context, it should be emphasized once again that full and comprehensive ceasefire measures do not deprive Ukrainian soldiers of a right to act in accordance with the norms of international humanitarian law and national legislation of Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are ready to give an adequate rebuff to the enemy if the ceasefire agreements are violated," the statement reads.

27.07.20 11:21 Ceasefire in Donbas starts
Donbas from 00:00 on July 27.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
The Trilateral Contact Group agreed on the establishment of the full and comprehensive ceasefire during a video conference meeting held on July 22.
The agreements reached include a ban on offensive and reconnaissance operations and use of firearms, including sniper equipment. The ceasefire violations should entail taking disciplinary measures.
Ukrainian servicepersons, who earlier participated in the UN peacekeeping missions, will monitor compliance with the ceasefire.
Read more: Russian-led forces launched 13 attacks in Donbas in last day
According to the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters, representatives of domestic and foreign media will be involved to provide impartial coverage of the situation in Donbas during the ceasefire.

28.07.20 10:40 Ceasefire in Donbas observed today
From 00:00 and as of 07:00 on July 28, no shelling was recorded in the Joint Forces Operation area in Donbas.
Censor.NET reports referring to the JFO press centre Facebook page.
"No shelling was recorded in the disengagement areas No.1, No.2 and No.3," the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
Three ceasefire violations were recorded over the past day.
In particular, the enemy fired grenade launchers of different systems and small arms on Ukrainian troops near Vodiane (94km south of Donetsk); grenade machine guns, heavy machine guns, and small arms – outside Pivdenne (40km north-east of Donetsk); hand-held antitank grenade launchers were used to place POM-2 anti-personnel mines in the area of Novomykhailivka (28km south-west of Donetsk).
Read more: Ceasefire in Donbas starts
Ukrainian servicepersons did not fire back. No casualties were reported.


28.07.20 16:46 Invaders violate ceasefire near Shumy in Donetsk region
Russian-occupation troops have violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas once. No casualties have been reported.
As reported by Censor.NET.
Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Mykhailo Sharavara said this at a briefing on Tuesday.
"As of 12:00 on July 28, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area once by firing an under-barrel grenade launcher at Ukrainian positions near Shumy (41km north of Donetsk). According to available information, no casualties among the Ukrainian military were reported," he said.
The units of the Joint Forces continue to abide by the ceasefire agreement and are ready to give an adequate response to any insidious and provocative actions of the enemy, the spokesman said.
Read more: Netherlands to continue putting pressure on Russia over annexation of Crimea – ambassador
As reported, during a meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) in Minsk on July 22, the parties agreed on a complete and comprehensive ceasefire on the contact line in Donbas from July 27.
Retaliatory fire responding to an offensive operation is only permissible if it occurs at the order made by the respective leadership of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The TCG shall be notified of the issuance of such orders.


29.07.20 10:13 OSCE records 111 violations on first day of ceasefire
On Monday, July 27, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM) recorded 111 ceasefire violations in Donbas.
Censor.NET reports citing OSCE SMM report.
"Following the meeting of
the Trilateral Contact Group on July 22, which reached an agreement regarding additional measures to strengthen the ceasefire as of 00:01 on July 27, the SMM recorded 111 ceasefire violations, all in Donetsk region, including 21 explosions," reads a daily report published by the OSCE SMM on July 28.
In addition, the Mission continued monitoring the disengagement areas near Stanytsia Luhanska, Zolote and Petrivske. An SMM long-range unmanned aerial vehicle spotted people inside the latter two disengagement areas during evening and night hours.
According to the report, the SMM’s freedom of movement continued to be restricted.
Read more: Netherlands to continue putting pressure on Russia over annexation of Crimea – ambassador
As reported, during a meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) in Minsk on July 22, the parties agreed on a complete and comprehensive ceasefire on the contact line in Donbas from July 27.
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04.08.20 15:16 Russia sends 30 ammunition trucks and 10 armored vehicles to Donbas – intelligence

Over the past week, Russia delivered at least 10 armored vehicles and about 30 trucks with small arms to the occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
As reported by Censor.NET.
Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Maksym Prauta said this at a briefing on Tuesday, August 4, with reference to information from the Main Intelligence Directorate.
"Russia continues to supply weapons, military equipment, ammunition, fuels and lubricants and other military property to the temporarily occupied territory in Donetsk and Luhansk regions through border sections not controlled by Ukraine. In particular, last week, at least 10 armoured combat vehicles, up to 30 trucks with small arms, ammunition and military equipment, and about 1,000 tonnes of fuel were delivered to the units and formations of the first (Donetsk) and second (Luhansk) army corps of the Russian Armed Forces," Prauta said.
Read more: Occupiers violate ceasefire twice in Donbas
In addition, there was a rotation of the personnel of certain units of the Russian Armed Forces, which are not part of the 1st and 2nd army corps. The intelligence also recorded the arrival of mercenaries - citizens of the Russian Federation for recruiting the Russian occupation forces.




07.08.20 16:29 PGO initiates proceedings against over 100 foreigners for participation in war in Donbas

Prosecutors of the Criminal Proceedings Supervision Department for crimes committed during armed conflict of the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) initiated criminal proceedings on the facts of the participation of more than 100 foreign mercenaries in the armed conflict against Ukraine as part of illegal Russia-occupation fighters, the PGO said on its website on Friday.
Censor.NET reports citing PGO press service.
"The prosecutors have found out that, from 2014 to the present, at least two citizens of Bulgaria, seven of Armenia, one of Georgia, 19 citizens of Italy, some 27 of Spain, some 12 of Kazakhstan, three of Lithuania, some 26 of Moldova, two of the Netherlands and five of Germany, as part of irregular Russia-occupation forces, not provided for by law, participated in the armed conflict against Ukraine in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, which led to the death of people and other grave consequences," the PGO said.
According to the PGO, foreigners were involved in various units of illegal armed formations, in particular, in the so-called in 14th battalion of territorial defense "Ghost," 11th separate motorized rifle regiment "Vostok," 7th separate motorized rifle brigade "Chistiakovskaya," 1st separate motorized rifle brigade "Slavianskaya," separate reconnaissance battalion "Sparta," separate assault battalion "Somalia," illegal armed formations "Rusichi," "Wolf Hundred," "USSR Brianka" and others.
"In accordance with Article 47 of the 1977 First Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions relating to the protection of victims of war, they are mercenaries, and their actions are in violation of the International Convention against the Recruitment, Use, Financing and Training of Mercenaries, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 4, 1989," the PGO said.
The actions of the mercenaries are qualified under Part 4 of Article 447, Part 3 of Article 110, Part 5 of Article 260 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (deliberate actions committed with the aim of changing the borders of the territory or the state border of Ukraine in violation of the procedure established by the Constitution of Ukraine, and also participation in armed formations not provided for by law in an attack on enterprises, institutions, organizations or citizens, which led to the death of people or other grave consequences). The maximum sanction under these articles provides for life imprisonment.
Pretrial investigation of offenses is carried out by investigators of the Main Investigation Department of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU).
Earlier, the PGO had already registered criminal proceedings on the facts of the participation of 20 French, 16 Brazilians, Kyrgyz, Bosnians and Chileans in the armed conflict against Ukraine.


 

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