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Monitors of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine has said no civilians have been killed in the Donbas warzone since the latest announcement of the so-called "harvest" ceasefire."

"The SMM confirmed that four civilians were killed and 13 were injured. This brings the total number of civilian casualties since January 1, 2019 to 98 (14 deaths and 84 injuries)," the OSCE SMM said in a report as of July 29, 2019.

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At the same time, no civilian casualties have been recorded since the recommitment came into effect, the report said.

As UNIAN reported, from 00:01 on July 21, a "silence regime" was established in the Donbas warzone. Ukraine military command said that the units of the Joint Forces would "adequately respond" to enemy shelling in case the invaders violate the ceasefire.