ATO zone situation: The last 24 hours ATO zone has seen 2 Ukrainian soldiers injured
Crime17:40 Sep. 26, 2016

The last 24 hours ATO zone has seen 2 Ukrainian soldiers injured

Militants continue obstructing work of the OSCE observers

Two soldiers of Ukraine's Armed Forces were injured overnight in the Donbas conflict zone. As the ATO HQ report said, they tripped a mine near the town of Avdiyivka.

The Avdiivka industrial zone was again a hot spot last night. Russian-backed militant forces fired prohibited heavy artillery and mortars into Ukrainian positions. There was also constant shelling in the area of Maryinka. Near the town of Popasna, Russian proxies used antitank missiles.

Read also: Donbas militant leaders announce ceasefire

In Luhansk region around the town of Zolote, militants blocked OSCE observers who are trying to monitor the local situation which is under the Minsk agreements. This information is also confirmed by the monitoring mission.

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Earlier, the deputy head of the OSCE monitoring mission, Alexander Hug, arrived in the area of Zolote, where according to the latest Minsk arrangements, parties agreed to withdraw armies two kilometers in both directions. The admission of OSCE observers to this site is one of the provisions of the latest Minsk deal.

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