Russia-led forces on April 28 shelled a residential area of the town of Zolote-4 in Luhansk region, eastern Ukraine, having damaged civilians' houses.
"Yesterday, April 28, three houses were damaged in shelling by the enemy. Fortunately, no one was hurt," the press center of Ukraine's Joint Forces Operation (JFO) Headquarters said on Facebook on April 29.
"Armed formations of the Russian Federation have once again violated their commitments and shelled the outskirts of the town of Zolote-4," the JFO HQ said.
"Having opened fire from [positions in] a residential area in the occupied town of Zolote-5, the invaders endangered civilians living near the contact line," it said.
According to the JFO HQ, Russia-controlled occupation forces have once again openly shown that they disregard the Minsk peace agreements and once again demonstrated "a cynical attitude towards the life and health of civilians."
Zolote-4 is one of the first three disengagement sites in Ukraine's east.