The chief of the General staff military power of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko said that will continue to inform zamglavy special monitoring mission of the OSCE Alexander Hg by withdrawal of heavy weapons from the contact line and violations of the truce in the Donbass.
before both sides of the conflict in the Donbass has told, that has taken weapons up to a caliber of 100 millimeters and tanks according to the Minsk agreements. Hug said that the OSCE special monitoring mission recorded numerous instances of shelling in the Donbass, and also clarified that the verification of the OSCE observers diversion of light weapons and tanks At the moment time is not completed, the process continues.
"Met With the Deputy head of special monitoring mission of the OSCE Alexander Hug. Discussed the current situation in the area ATO. Briefed the commissioners of the international mission on the facts of use of second side arms, and among them MLRS, 120 - and 82-millimeter mortars, which banned the Minsk agreements. Agreed to exchange information on problems aimed at unconditional implementation of the Minsk Protocol and Memorandum in the context of withdrawal from the separation line of the weapon of certain caliber and rapid response to violations of the ceasefire regime within Donetsk and Lugansk regions ", - wrote in his own Muzhenko.
The Ukrainian authorities in April of last year began military action against the self-proclaimed LNR and DND. According to the final data of the UN, the victims of the conflict began more than 8 thousand people. The settlement of the situation in the Donbas region is discussed, as well as among them during the meeting in Minsk contact group, which Since September of last year had already taken 3 of the document, regulating the steps to de-escalate the conflict.
From 1 September in the Donbass entered into force another truce. At the end of September was signed the agreement about the withdrawal of weapons with a caliber of not more than 100 millimeters and tanks from the frontline. This process ended on 12 November.