In the past 24 hours, on November 21, Russian occupation forces violated the Donbass ceasefire twice, including once – using weapons banned by the Minsk Accords.
This is according to the press center of the headquarters of the operation of the joint forces.
“Towards Popasna, the occupiers fired 82 mm mortars, MANPADs and automatic anti-tank grenade launchers mounted on a trestle.
The Ukrainian army has reported no casualties amid the latest enemy attacks.
Ukrainian defenders retaliated without using the weapons prohibited by the Minsk Accords, eventually forcing the enemy to stop the bombing.
As of midnight and 7 a.m. Kyiv time on November 22, JFO HQ has not seen any new breaches of the truce by Russian occupation forces.
The joint forces “are monitoring the situation and continue to repel and deter armed aggression by Russia,” the report said.
As Ukrinform reported earlier, the day before, November 20, Ukraine reported a ceasefire violation by Russian occupation forces. The enemy opened fire on the village of Pisky, using trestle-mounted anti-tank grenade launchers and large-caliber machine guns.
No casualties were reported.