The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine has said its monitors again recorded fire shots at the disengagement site near the village of Petrivske in Donbas.
"On November 11, positioned about 2km north of Petrivske, the SMM heard 46 shots and bursts of small-arms and heavy-machine-gun fire, all at an assessed range of 1-2km south, all assessed as outside the disengagement area but within its 5km periphery," the OSCE SMM said in a daily spot report on November 12, 2019.
"While at the same location, it also heard an undetermined explosion, at an assessed range of 1-2km south-west (unable to assess whether outside or inside the disengagement area). Positioned 2km east of Bohdanivka, the SMM heard 43 shots and bursts of small-arms and heavy-machine-gun fire, all at an assessed range of 2-3km south-east (unable to assess whether outside or inside the disengagement area)," the monitors said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Head of the Joint Forces Operation HQ press center Andriy Ageyev on Tuesday said the first stage of the disengagement of forces and weapons at the "Bohdanivka-Petrivske" site in Donbas had been completed.