National Security and Defense Council Information Analysis Centre representative Andrii Lysenko announced this today at a daily briefing, Censor.NET reports.
After that, OSCE representatives met with the terrorists, which agreed to maintain the distance between the parties. But the checkpoint was surrounded immediately after the departure of the OSCE mission on three sides by Russian equipment consisting of 4 T-72 tanks, 2 ACVs, 2 IFVs, 4 APCs and manpower in amount of about 70 soldiers hidden in dense foliage.
Our military continue to defend the checkpoint and are not going to leave their positions now. There are no active hostilities at the moment.