This is reported by Censor.NET citing the ATO press center.
"The volume of shelling by the illegal armed gangs is gradually decreasing. However, some uncontrolled gangs continue to conduct individual provocations along the front line," the message reads.
As informed by the headquarters, 11 cases of cease-fire violation have been recorded over the evening of March 30.
According to the press center, in the Luhansk region, the terrorists shelled a Ukrainian strong point near Sokilnyky village and a checkpoint near Krymske. At the Mariupol direction, the mercenaries fired at Shyrokyne with 120-mm mortars.
"Abiding by the Minsk agreements, the ATO forces have only fired in response, in case of direct threat to life and health of our soldiers," the headquarters added.