Oleksandr Kovalenko, military columnist of the website of Ukrainian OSINT NGO Information Resistance, has said ceasefires in Donbas, which seem ineffective due to their violation by the Russian-led forces, can still be of benefit to Ukraine in the upcoming trials against the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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"Despite the fact that the effect of a ceasefire is minimal, such initiatives are necessary from the point of view of future trials, where the facts will be represented that, for example, a truce agreed on such a day was violated by a certain party. All these facts are already registered by the OSCE SMM and they will be represented in future, in the upcoming trials," he told the Ukrainian news portal Apostrophe.

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"The more and the more often the enemy violates the ceasefire, the worse it is for them," Kovalenko said.