This was announced by Presidential Administration spokesperson on ATO matters Andrii Lysenko, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.
"No Ukrainian soldier was killed or wounded yesterday," he said.
"The situation in the ATO area remains stable. No casualties have been reported in Ukraine's army for three days in a row, the number of cease-fire violations by the enemy remains low," the official said.
As also noted, no heavy weaponry has been employed since Sept. 1.
Earlier, President Petro Poroshenko came up with a proposal to observe a complete cease-fire starting from Sept. 1.
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