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 Cease-fire in effect in anti-terrorist operation area: Ukrainian tanks continue to redeploy from Luhansk region front line, - HQ

No cases of cease-fire violation by illegal armed gangs were recorded yesterday in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the ATO press center on Facebook.

"The long-awaited cease-fire is allowing implementing withdrawal of weapons under 100 mm and equipment from the demarcation line. Today, redeployment of Ukrainian tanks from the front line positions of the Luhansk region will continue," the message reads.

Read more: Withdrawal of heavy weapons from demarcation line began in Luhansk region, - ATO press center. PHOTOS

They noted that the withdrawal of equipment and weapons does not derogate Ukrainian units' defensive power: "Forces and means can be returned rapidly if needed."

It is also reported that the remaining personnel of the anti-terrorist operation forces continue to hold their positions and are serving in full alert mode.
 
 
 
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