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 OSCE reports increased number of cease-fire violations in Luhansk region

On Dec.2, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine recorded fewer cease-fire violations in the Donetsk region and more in the Luhansk region compared with the previous reporting period.

The OSCE SMM report reads, Censor.NET announces.

The SMM saw fewer cease-fire violations in the Donetsk region, including 209 explosions compared with some 310 in the previous reporting period. At the same time, in the Luhansk region, the SMM saw more cease-fire violations, including over 50 explosions compared with six in the previous reporting period.

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The SMM continued to monitor the disengagement process and pursue full access to the disengagement areas of Stanytsia Luhanska, Zolote and Petrivske, as stipulated by the Framework Decision of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on disengagement of forces and hardware of Sept. 21, 2016. The Mission's access to most of these areas remained restricted. The SMM did not note any signs of further disengagement or any demining activity in the three areas during the reporting period.

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The SMM continued to monitor the withdrawal of weapons, in implementation of the Package of Measures and its Addendum, as well as the Memorandum.
 
 
 
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