Russian militants violate 235 pieces of equipment in Donbas – OSCE

In particular, Grads, howitzers, tanks, anti-aircraft missile systems and other equipment were deployed in violation of the withdrawal lines or outside the designated storage areas for weapons.Russian militants have violated 235 pieces of equipment \ Facebook OOSRussian militants have violated 235 pieces of equipment \ Facebook OOS

In the occupied Donbas, OSCE observers recorded the deployment of 235 pieces of equipment of Russian militants with violations.

It is reported by the headquarters of the Joint Forces Operation with reference to the Ukrainian side of the JCCC.

“Observers of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission recorded the deployment in the temporarily occupied territory of 235 units of military equipment of the armed formations of the Russian Federation, which was deployed in violation of the Minsk agreements,” the message says.

In particular, Grads, howitzers, tanks, anti-aircraft missile systems and other equipment were deployed in violation of the withdrawal lines or outside the designated storage areas for weapons.

As UNIAN reported earlier, earlier, the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office in Ukraine and in the Trilateral Contact Group, Ambassador Mikko Kinnunen announced a deadlock in the security sphere in Donbass.

“The security situation along the contact line is extremely unstable. The Special Monitoring Mission reports damage to residential buildings and infrastructure by heavy weapons on both sides of the contact line,” the special envoy said.

(C)UNIAN 2021

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