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 Complete lull in ATO area yesterday for the first time in many months, - ATO HQ

It was completely calm in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area yesterday, Sept. 10 for the first time in many months. The enemy did not violate the truce nor used weapons.

Censor.NET informs citing the situation report by the ATO press center.

It is noted that it has been also calm today, Sept. 11: "It was quiet along the demarcation line from midnight to 6 a.m. Sept. 11."

"The complete cease-fire offers great opportunities for Ukrainians to restore destroyed infrastructure, establish normal transport connection and logistics, carry out mine lifting in the area more actively," the statement reads.

Read more: Enemy subversive groups resort to "guerrilla warfare," - General Staff spokesperson

"Civilians in the Donbas and the ATO troops expect the enemy to keep observing Minsk agreements from now forth, while the solution of disputes and disagreements will emerge into peaceful negotiations," the ATO press center added.

 
 
 
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