Ceasefire violations by enemy in Donbas "non-systemic," senior military official says
Isolated cases of comprehensive ceasefire violations by Ukraine's adversaries in Donbas are non-systemic, says Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Ruslan Khomchak.
Speaking at a traditional conference call chaired by President Volodymyr Zelensky, Khomchak said the ceasefire is being implemented on both sides, according to the press service of the President's Office.
Since the launch of the latest full and comprehensive ceasefire, no casualties have been reported among Ukrainian troops, the senior military official said.
Also, he noted that the situation in the Joint Forces Operation zone, the situation remains stable and under control. No reports on COVID-19 active cases have been reported.
As UNIAN reported earlier, since midnight on July 27, a full and comprehensive ceasefire has been operating along the contact line in the Joint Forces Operation zone in Donbas.
The ceasefire agreement was reached by participants in the Trilateral Contact Group (Ukraine, Russia, and the OSCE) on Donbas settlement on July 22.
At the same time, the Kremlin said they could not guarantee ceasefire implementation in Donbas. According to the JFO HQ, on the first day of the ceasefire in Donbas, three enemy attacks were recorded.
Today, on July 29, Zelensky stressed that Ukraine has been fully complying with its ceasefire obligations, doing its utmost to preserve it, while control over the observance of a sustainable ceasefire by the opposing side depends on the Russian Federation.