Russian-led forces violate ceasefire in Donbas three times.

On February 12, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in eastern Ukraine three times.

“The enemy used 120mm mortars banned under the Minsk agreements, grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns and other small arms to fire on positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.

All attacks were recorded in the zone of action of tactical force “North”: the enemy fired grenade launchers of different systems and heavy machine guns on Ukrainian positions near Novotoshkivske (53km west of Luhansk); 120mm mortars and mounted antitank grenade launcher – outside Orikhove (57km north-west of Luhansk); grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns and small arms – in the area of Pivdenne (40km north-east of Donetsk).

No casualties among Ukrainian troops were reported on February 12.

Today, the Russian-occupation troops have not opened fire yet.

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