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 Cease-fire in ATO area observed for 72 hours

There were no cases of cease-fire violations registered over the past three days.

ATO press center announced on Facebook, Censor.NET reports. Cease-fire in the ATO area has been fully observed for over 72 hours. At the same time, people on the militants-held territories become more and more disappointed in the politics of the "Russian world."

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Regular militants and pseudo law enforcers from the so-called 'LPR' and 'DPR' are angry with the low level of financing and the terms of service. So the mercenaries often sell their own weapons and ammunition to get a little money.

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Knowing that there are a lot uncontrolled armed men in the region, the authorities of the self-proclaimed 'LPR' plan to assign curators from the Russian Federation to the law enforcement agencies at the legislative level.
 
 
 
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