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 Too early to talk about disengagement in Stanytsia Luhanska, - L sector speaker

It is too early to talk about disengagement in Stanytsia Luhanska.

Speaker of the L sector Valentyn Shevchenko told 112 TV Channel, Censor.NET reports.

"According to certain paragraphs of the Minsk agreements, no single attack has to be reported in the area (Stanytsia Luhanska - ed.) for about seven days. At the same time, there were two militants' attacks reported in Stanytsia Luhanska over the past 24 hours. The first attack happened at 00:40 a.m., and the second one at 1 a.m. The enemy, based at Kniaz Ihor mountain, opened fire from tank, anti-tank grenade launchers, anti-aircraft gun and small arms," Shevchenko said.

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Earlier, the parties to the Trilateral contact group agreed on Sept. 21 in Minsk on troops and hardware disengagement in three security areas of Stanytsia Luhanska, Zolote and Petrivske in the Donbas.

In order to fulfill the agreements, the parties have to show the OSCE representatives where their units are deployed and where they will go. The OSCE will have to verify it afterwards. The withdrawal was agreed to be symmetrical and simultaneous, for the same distance from both sides of the demarcation line, and under the OSCE control.

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