"As far as I know, the process has started on both sides. I was reported that it has begun," he said.
At the same time, Tuka said that he did not have information on the number of pieces of military equipment.
"I haven't got such consolidated numbers, I have figures per piece, but perhaps this information is not for the public," he said.
The representative of the ATO Staff in Luhansk region Ruslan Tkachuk said that the military were waiting for the signal that would mark the beginning of the physical phase of the withdrawal of weapons.