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 Russian military spotted more cease-fire violations by militants than by ATO forces – OSCE

OSCE SMM observers report on an uptick in violence in the Donetsk airport and its environs from recent days. The security situation remains tense in Shyrokyne.

OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine reports based on information received as of 19:30, 19 June 2015, Censor.NET writes.

Both Ukrainian Armed Forces and Russian Federation Armed Forces personnel at the Joint Centre for Control and Co-ordination (JCCC) observation post at the 'DPR'-controlled Donetsk railway station told the SMM that there had been no ceasefire violations during the night of 18-19 June and until 1 p.m. on 19 June.

Starting from 1 p.m., the SMM observed during a four-and-a-half-hour period 144 incoming and outgoing explosions, consistent with mortar and artillery fire, whilst at the Donetsk railway station.

The Ukrainian Armed Forces logbook recorded 113 ceasefire violations, 23 of which were attributed to the Ukrainian Armed Forces and 90 to 'DPR and/or 'LPR'.

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The Russian Federation Armed Forces logbook recorded 71 ceasefire violations, of which 15 were attributed to the Ukrainian Armed Forces and 56 to 'DPR and/or 'LPR'.

The monitors also report on tense situation in Shyrokyne. From observation points just west of the town, the SMM saw and heard various explosions, outgoing and incoming mortar fire, as well as small-arms fire in the Shyrokyne area.

In addition, the SMM observed a fuel shortage in Donetsk city.

 
 
 
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