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On January 26, Russian occupation forces violated ceasefire ten times in eastern Ukraine's warzone, including two times with the use of weapons banned by Minsk agreements.

In the Skhid [East] Tactical Grouping's operation zone The enemy attacked Ukraine military positions from automatic grenade launchers and small arms in the area of Vodiane; from grenade launchers, large-caliber machine guns, and small arms – near the village of Shyrokyne; from large-caliber machine guns – outside Nevelske; and from grenade launchers – near the village of Novoselivka Druha.

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In the Pivnich [North] Tactical Group operation zone, the enemy fired at the positions of the Joint Forces twice from grenade launchers of various systems, large-caliber machine guns and small arms near the village of Krymske; twice from 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers, and large-caliber machine guns – near the settlement of Yekaterynivka; from grenade launchers – near Stariy Aidar; and from automatic grenade launchers – outside Luhanske.

According to intelligence data, on January 26, four occupiers were killed and two were injured.

From day-start on Sunday, militants didn't open fire.

"Our defenders continue monitoring the enemy along the contact line while adhering to the terms of the ceasefire," the statement reads.