In the last two weeks the number of attacks in the Donbas has increased by a quarter – OSCE

In recent days the situation in the Donbass deteriorated. In particular, from 27 November to 10 December, the Special observers monitoring mission of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (SMM OSCE) recorded in the East of Ukraine almost 20 thousand violations of the cease-fire.

This writes the OSCE.

This figure is 25% more than in the previous two weeks. The vast majority of documented violations of the cease-fire was concentrated in the area of Avdeevka – Yasinovataya – Donetsk airport, areas in the South-West, South and South-East of Svetlodarsk, in the area of Popasnaya and Pervomaisk areas to the East and North-East of Mariupol, and also on the Western and Northern outskirts of Gorlovka”, – emphasized observers of the OSCE mission.

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In addition, it is noted that “the freedom of movement of SMM monitors were restricted from both sides of the line of contact, especially around the village May, where patrols had repeatedly failed to get due to the presence of mines and ammunition that had not exploded, and also at sites close to the border with the Russian Federation, in particular around sedovo (South Donetsk region), where armed members of the “DNR” do not miss regularly patrols mission from April 2017″.

“The SMM also faced obstacles in the air, when on November 27 on one of the drones opened fire during a flight over uncontrolled government settlement Long” – added to the OSCE.

Earlier, the Donbas militants blocked all entrances and exits to the city Mospino, located near the occupied Donetsk. Armed men check cars, go home. Users of social networks suggest that they conduct a “census” of the population.

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