"Over the whole period, usually there were two or three cases of shelling in a day; now this is the lowest volume of shelling in a year and a half. As a rule, small arms are mostly used [by terrorists - ed.]; 82-mm mortars are used very rarely," Poltorak said.
As reported by the ATO press center yesterday, the situation was totally calm in the ATO area during the day. On Sept. 7 between midnight and 6 p.m., no case of arms use was registered along the demarcation line.