This was announced by Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE in Ukraine Alexander Hug, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.
Shyrokyne and Horlivka shall be considered hot spots again, Hug said. According to him, the OSCE has seen many cases of weapons use since their most recent report of Nov. 19, including small arms, anti-aircraft mounts, anti-tank mounts, mortars, grenade launchers, and even artillery.
Hug stressed that explosions and shootings were occurring at both sides of the demarcation line.
He also added that a lot of explosions had been recorded around the Donetsk international airport.
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