No breaches of Minsk deal as Ukraine regains more ground in Donbas "grey zone" – report
The Armed Forces of Ukraine have taken control over the village of Novo-oleksandrivka in Luhansk region, the settlement located in the so-called "grey zone". The advance saw no violations of the Minsk agreements, the Ukrainian military say.
"[The retaking of Novo-oleksandrivka] took place a few days ago. Unfortunately, I cannot reveal details of the operation," press secretary of the ATO Headquarters, Vasyl Labai, told UNIAN.
"We are strengthening or re-building our defensive positions, while separate units can improve tactical positions in certain areas, but it is not about violating the Minsk agreements," Labai said.
Read alsoUkraine reports only one enemy attack in Donbas in last day"We continue to adhere to the peace plan of the president of Ukraine, and at the same time we are ready for any developments, to respond adequately to the aggressor’s moves," he stressed.
According to the ATO HQ spokesman, the settlement of Novo-oleksandrivka had belonged to the Ukraine-controlled territory, according to the very Minsk agreements anyway.