Donbas War: Russian Armed Forces Use Banned Mines

Six cases of ceasefire violations were recorded during last night, 22 November, according to the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters.

Thus, the Russian occupation forces opened fire with an automatic easel grenade launcher in the suburbs of Avdiivka, and with an easel anti-tank grenade launcher near Novoluhansk. In the areas of the settlements of Shumy and Vodyane, the enemy used grenade launchers of various systems and small arms. In addition, from the side of the temporarily occupied Uzhivka the occupiers carried out remote mining of the positions of our troops, using POM-2 mines, towards Vodyany.

OSCE representatives were informed about the ceasefire violation and the defiant use of prohibited mines by the Russian Federation’s armed forces.

There were no casualties among the Joint Forces personnel.

From the beginning of 23 November, there was silence along the demarcation line. No violations of the agreements in the operation area were fixed.

Natalia Tolub

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