OSCE spots tanks transported by freight train in occupied Donbas
The train was seen moving eastwards in the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve, which is beyond Ukraine government control. Transportation was recorded January 8 / OSCE The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in its spot daily report published Friday said they “observed seven tanks loaded on a cargo train travelling eastwards in Debaltseve (nongovernment-controlled, 58km north-east of Donetsk), as well as other weapons in a nongovernment-controlled area of Luhansk region, all in violation of withdrawal lines.”
Besides, the SMM patrol spotted near Bile (22km west of the occupied Luhansk) two 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled 122mm howitzers and four D-30 Lyagushka towed 122mm howitzer, also in violation of the withdrawal lines, the report says.
Read also OSCE SMM reports access denial in occupied Donbas The Mission continued to face “restrictions to its freedom of movement” at checkpoints of the illegal armed formations in the occupied parts of Donetsk region.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Russian occupation forces on Friday, January 10, violated ceasefire 13 times. Three Ukrainian troops were injured amid shelling.