Timeline of the war in Donbass (January–February 2019)

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This is a timeline of the War in Donbass, from 1 January 2019 through 28 February 2019. The timeline follows an ongoing conflict between Ukraine and anti-government pro-Russian separatists supported by Russian troops[1] in the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine.

January[edit]

1 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 4 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[2] (including once in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[3][4]); the fire was returned once.[3] By morning of 1 January one ceasefire violation was registered, at Hnutove, where 82 mm mortar rounds landed at around 25 km NE from Mariupol; no casualties were reported on the Ukrainian side.[3] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in action in the Donbass region on the last day of December.[3][4] No violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city on New Year's Eve.[5] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles to attack pro-Russian forces at Slovianoserbsk, Smile and Lozove.[6]

The press-centre of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm the second ceasefire violation had taken place, at Novotoshkivske (at around 52 km WNW from Luhansk), where positions of Ukrainian troops were engaged by pro-Russian BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles from Donetskyi; one Ukrainian serviceman was killed in action.[7] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered, that brought the total number of casualties on the first day of 2019 to one Ukrainian soldier killed and two others wounded. Besides Novotoshkivke, Vilnyi was the other location in the northern sector of the demarcation line attacked by pro-Russian forces. The village became the target of small arms and automatic grenade launchers. In the region of Mariupol, Hnutove was hit by 82 mm mortar fire.[8][9][10][11][12] Pro-Russian officials from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic reported that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire at Dokuchaievsk, where pro-Russian positions became the target of heavy machine gun fire by evening.[13]

2 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 3 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[9][12] (including once in Donetsk region (at Pikuzy) and twice in Luhansk region (at Novotoshkivske and at Vilnyi (ESE part of Zolote, 48°40′59″N 38°33′2″E / 48.68306°N 38.55056°E / 48.68306; 38.55056[14])[15]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[15] By noon of 2 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[15] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two others were wounded in action in the Donbass region on the first day of January.[15] Pro-Russian officials recorded one Ukrainian violation of the ceasefire, when Ukrainian troops fired heavy machine guns at Dokuchaievsk.[16] The same sources reported that pro-Russian forces captured one Ukrainian serviceman after members of the Ukrainian 128th Mountain Assault Brigade attempted to break through the demarcation line in the region of Mariupol. The prisoner was suffering from hypothermia.[17] The incidents took place on 29 December 2018, and two Ukrainian soldiers died, according to the separatists, when their group stepped onto a Ukrainian minefield.[18] Ukrainian military sources confirmed that one of their soldiers went missing on that date.[19][20][21] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic said that pro-Russian troops at Zolote were harassed with small arms fire.[16]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from midnight until 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[22] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket launchers. Ukrainian troops at Opytne were harassed with heavy machine gun fire. Sniper fire was reported meanwhile at Pisky. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Vilnyi was shelled with automatic grenade laucnhers, while small arms fire was reported at Luhanske.[23][24][25]

3 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[23][25] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[26]); the fire was returned once.[26] By noon of 3 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[26] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 2 January.[26] According to pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city, no active Ukrainian violations of the truce were recorded over the past 24 hours.[27] No hostile incidents were either reported by pro-Russian authorities from the Luhansk People's Republic.[28]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that from midnight by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops once, using grenade launchers of different systems at Vilnyi, that is about 60 km NW from Luhansk city.[29] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered, all of them in the northern section of the demarcation line. One Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. Pro-Russian forces opened fire repeatedly on Ukrainian positions at Vilnyi using infantry weapons, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers. Nearby Zaitseve became the target of the same kind of weapons.[30][31] A number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The industrial area of Volvo Center, west of Donetsk city, became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the area of Horlivka, Zaitseve was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, while Pikuzy, in the region of Mariupol, came under fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[32][33]

4 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 3 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[30] all that occurred in Luhansk region (twice at Vilnyi and once at Zaitseve[34]). By noon of 4 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[34] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action in the Donbass region on 3 January.[34] Pro-Russian officials recorded three Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on three locations with small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[35] The same sources recorded 26 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire over the past week. The Ukrainian military fired four rounds from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars, and also attacked pro-Russian positions with armoured fighting vehicles.[36] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used heavy machine guns and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Sokolniki and Mykhailivka.[37]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from midnight until 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops once, at Vilnyi, one Ukrainian soldier was injured.[38] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered. Pro-Russian forces opened fire with infantry weapons and rocket launchers at Vilnyi, in the northern sector of the demarcation line, while Vodiane, in the region of Mariupol, came under machine gun fire.[39] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Kruta Balka, Volvo Center, Dokuchaievsk, Zhabicheve and Staromykhailivka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of small arms and heavy machine guns. Zhabicheve and the industrial area of Volvo Center became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[40]

5 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 3 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[39] twice at Vodiane in Donetsk region and once at Vilnyi in Luhansk region;[41] the fire was returned on several occasions.[41] By noon of 5 January one ceasefire violation was registered near Pavlopil with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[41] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 4 January.[41] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported six Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations using small arms, heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[42] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns and under-barrels launched grenades to harass pro-Russian positions at Kalynivka and Zholobok.[43]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions, at Lebedynske using heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket launchers, and in the area of Avdiivka, where Ukrainian troops received fire from infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. In addition Pavlopil was the target of heavy machine guns before noon.[44] By the end of the day total 4 ceasefire violations were registered, Vodiane being the fourth location, where Ukrainian positions were shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles; no casualties were reported.[45] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Zhabicheve and Vasylivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under attack. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. Sakhanka was shelled with automatic grenade launchers and Zhabicheve received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[46][47][48][49]

6 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 4 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[45] exclusively in Donetsk region.[50]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[50] By noon of 6 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[50] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 5 January.[50] Pro-Russian officials recorded four Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on three different locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[51] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles to attack pro-Russian forces at Kalynivka and Lozove.[52]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, no ceasefire violations were registered during the first 18 hours of 6 January.[53][54] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, intense heavy machine gun fire was reported at Krasnohorivka, while Ukrainian troops at Novomykhailivka were harassed with infantry weapons, under-barrel launched grenades and rocket launchers. Hnutove and Marinka became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Ukrainian troops at Vilnyi were fired at with heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers from pro-Russian positions at Zolote.[55][56] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Trudivske, in the western environs of Donetsk city, Zaitseve and coal mine 6/7, in the area of Horlivka, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. Zaitseve was hit by anti-tank rockets.[57][58][59][60][61]

7 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[55] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[62]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[62] By morning of 7 January (as of 10:00 am) one ceasefire violation was registered, at Pavlopil, at around 8:20 am, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[62] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 6 January.[62] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket launchers.[61] In the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic, local officials recorded one Ukrainian violations of the truce, when pro-Russian troops at Zolote were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire.[63]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[64] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Berezove and Pavlopil became the target of automatic grenade launchers; in the case of Pavlopil, Ukrainian troops were also harassed with heavy machien gun fire. In the northern section of the demarcation line, anti-tank rockets hit the Ukrainian strongholds of Vilnyi and Luhanske; the later position also became the target of small arms.[65][66] A number of ceasefire violations were reported by pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked pro-Russian positions at Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and Uzhivka, in the region of Mariupol. In the main incidents, Gagarin mining complex was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, while Uzhivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[67][68][69][70]

8 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[65] (twice in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region)[71]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[71] By noon of 8 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[71] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 7 January.[71] Pro-Russian officials recorded five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on four locations with small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[72] Local sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Luhanske launched an attack on Ukrainian redoubts at Kalynivka. The same positions became later the target of heavy machine guns. Small arms fire was reported at Knyaz Igor memorial.[73]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops once, when their positions near the village of Novotoshkivske (at about 55 km WNW from Luhansk city) were targeted from grenade launchers of various systems and small arms, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[74] By the end of the day no more ceasefire violations were registered by the Ukrainian side.[75][76] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Hostile incidents were reported at Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Yasne. All incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Sakhanka was hit by automatically launched grenades, while sniper fire was reported at Gagarin.[77][78][79][80][81]

9 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on Ukrainian positions the previous day on one occasion[75] — at Novotoshkivske, at around 3:00 pm, for about 20 minutes;[82] the fire was returned.[82] By noon of 9 January one ceasefire violation was registered at Novomykhailivka — that occurred at around 11:00 am and lasted also for about 20 minutes.[82] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 8 January.[82] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in five locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, sniper rifles, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[83] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic borders. Zholobok was hit by 82 mm mortar volleys fired from Krymske, while anti-tank rockets landed in Donetskyi. Small arms fire was meanwhile registered at Pervomaisk.[84]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that no further ceasefire violations were registered by 6:00 pm except for the one that took place at around 11:00 am at Novomykhailivka (at about 40 km SW from the centre of Donetsk city).[85] By the end of the day the second ceasefire violation was registered — at Lebedynske, that lasted for about 40 minutes,[86] no casualties were reported.[87][88] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Abakumove, Dokuchaievsk and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, 6/7 coal mine in the area of Horlivka, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. All the incidents involved the use of small arms, heavy machine guns and anti-tank rockets.[89][90][91][92][93]

10 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 2 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[87] exclusively in Donetsk region;[86] the fire was returned.[86] By noon of 10 January one ceasefire violation was registered, where 82 mm mortars and machine guns were employed to target Ukrainian positions at Zhovte[86] — the fire started at around 7:00 am and lasted for longer than an hour.[94] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 9 January.[86] Pro-Russian officials recorded five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on five locations with small arms, heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket launchers.[95] Local sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violatons of the truce within the republic borders. Infantry weapons were used to harass Ukrainian troops at Molodizhne, while 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Zolote and Zholobok.[96]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 2 more occasions, at Vodiane and at Pavlopil, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. Vodiane was targeted by automatic grenade launchers and rocket propelled grenades, while Pavlopil was attacked with infantry weapons and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[97] No further ceasefire violations were registered by the end of the day.[98][99] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Kruta Balka, Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the area of Horlivka, Gagarin mining complex and 6/7 coal mine were targeted by Ukrainian forces. In the main incidents, 6/7 coal mine was shelled with automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars, while BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Kamianka engaged pro-Russian positions at Kruta Balka.[100][101][102][103][104][105][106] Three workers from the Donbass water supply service were wounded while removing snow at a supply station near Donetsk city, when the truck they were riding on was fired at from BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[107][108]

11 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 3 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[98] (twice in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region); the fire was returned on several occasions.[94] By morning of 11 January (as of 10:00 am) two ceasefire violations were registered — Vodiane came under fire from automatic grenade launchers and rocket launchers for about 15 minutes at around 8:10 am, Hnutove was targeted by heavy machine guns at 8:52 am for about 40 minutes onwards; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[109][94] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 10 January.[109][94] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported eight Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in five locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[110] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Kalynivka, Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Donetskyi.[111]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that Ukrainian positions at Hnutove had been targeted for the second time by 6:00 pm, heavy machine gun and rocket propelled grenades attacks on Ukrainian positions at Novomykhailivka and Lebedynske increased the number of registered ceasefire violations to five by 6:00 pm.[112] By the end of the day grenade launchers of various systems and large-calibre machine guns were employed to target Ukrainian positions at Kriakivka (for about 15 minutes, starting from 10:35 pm[113]), Lebedynske was attacked for the second time at around 4:35 pm,[113] that brought the number of registered ceasefire violations to 7 by the end of the day; another Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[114][115] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Kruta Balka, Zhabicheve, Yasynuvata, Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the environs of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Ukrainian tanks from Vodiane launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian redoubts at Uzhivka, while BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Kamianka opened intense fire on pro-Russian positions at Kruta Balka, supported by automatic grenade launchers. Shyroka Balka was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars; 82 mm mortars also landed in Zhabicheve and Volvo Center.[116][117][118][119][120][121][122] According to the same sources, the action at Uzhivka was the first time in where Ukrainian forces used tanks in combat this year.[123]

12 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 7 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[114] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region)[113]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[113] By noon of 12 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[113] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in action in the Donbass region on 11 January.[113] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles and tanks.[124] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Lohvynove, Zholobok and Sentianivka.[125]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, as of 6:00 pm 3 ceasefire violations by pro-Russian military were registered — 82 mm mortars were employed to target positions of Ukrainian troops at Zhovte, in the northern sector of the demarcation line. Ukrainian positions at Vodiane and Pavlopil in the Mariupol area received fire from grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns and small arms. Also in the north, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles opened fire on Ukrainian positions at Novotoshkivke, while Vilnyi received fire from automatic grenade launchers.[126] No further ceasefire violations and no casualties were reported by the end of the day.[127] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Volvo Center, Trudivske, Dokuchaievsk and Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, came under attack. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. Trudivske and Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[128][129][130][131]

13 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 3 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[127] — Ukrainian positions at Vilnyi and Novotoshkivske in Luhansk region and in the area of Avdiivka in Donetsk region were fired at from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm;[132] the fire was returned on all occasions.[132] By noon of 13 January one ceasefire violation was registered at Krasnohorivka with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[132] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass on 12 January.[132] Pro-Russian officials recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations. Ukrainian forces opened fire on three different locations using small arms and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[133] Local sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novotoshkivke engaged pro-Russian positions at Donetskyi supported by 82 mm mortar fire, while automatic grenade launchers were fired at Kalynove.[134]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 10 occasions, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[135] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Pisky was shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Avdiivka, Opytne, Berezove, Hnutove and Lebedinske became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank grenade launchers. Small arms and heavy machine gun fire was reported at Krasnohorivka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles from Donetskyi opened fire on Ukrainian positions at Novotoshkivke. Novhorodske was hit by anti-tank rockets, while small arms fire was reported at Nikolaevka.[136][137] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked Zhabicheve, Volvo Center, Spartak, Staromykhailivka and Dokuchaievsk, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, in the area of Horlivka, and Uzhivka, in the region of Mariupol. In the main incidents, 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Shyroka Balka and Zhabicheve. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka fired 30 mm cannons at pro-Russian positions around Staromykhailivka.[138][139][140][141][142][143]

14 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 14 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[136] (including on 11 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[144]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[144] By noon of 14 January two ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[144] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action in the Donbass region on 13 January.[144] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[145] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Molodizhne, Zholobok, Pervomaisk and Kalynivka.[146]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 5 occasions – one Ukrainian soldier was killed, another was wounded.[147] By the end of the day total 12 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[148][149] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Yasynuvata, Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, 6/7 coal mine, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Ukrainian forces from Pisky, supported by BMP-1 armoured vehicles, opened fire on Volvo Center with automatic grenade launchers. The same locations was later shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars, while Sakhanka became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[150][151][152][153][154][155][156]

15 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 12 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[148] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[157]); the fire was returned several occasions.[157] By noon of 15 January two ceasefire violations were registered.[157] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1973) was killed in action and two others were wounded in the Donbass region on 14 January.[157] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six different locations employing small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft artillery, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[158] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Pervomaisk, Kalynivka and Holubovske.[159]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops twice, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[160] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[161][162] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city recorded a number of Ukrainian violations of the truce. All incidents involved only the use of small arms and heavy machine guns. Yasinovataya, Zhabichevo, Volvo Center, Trudivske, Oleksandrivka, Staromykhailivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, came under fire.[163]

16 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[161] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region (twice at Slavne and once at Hnutove) and twice in Luhansk region (at Novooleksandrivka and at Krymske)[164]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[164] By noon of 16 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[164] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 15 January.[164] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported nine Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms and heavy machine guns.[163] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Donetskyi, Zholobok and Kalynivka.[165]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[166] Anti-tank guided missiles from Kalynove hit a Ukrainian military truck Ural-4320 at Troitske — five Ukrainian servicemen from the 72nd Mechanized Brigade were wounded, five others were injured.[166][167][168][169][170] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[171][172] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military targeted Vasylivka, Volvo Center, Zhabicheve, Dokuchaievsk, Oleksandrivka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka. Uzhivka was hit by 120 mm mortar rounds; Dokuchaievsk, Volvo Center and Zhabicheve came meanwhile under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Shyrokyne engaged pro-Russian forces at Sakhanka, while BTR armoured personnel carriers from Pisky launched an attack on pro-Russian positions at Zhabicheve, supported by anti-aircraft guns. anti-aircraft guns were also used to fire at pro-Russian troops around Sakhanka.[173][174][175][176][177][178][179][180][181]

17 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 11 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[171] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region (from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm) and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[182]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[182] By morning of 17 January (as of 09:00 am) three ceasefire violations were registered, that all occurred at Pisky.[182] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon five Ukrainian serviceman were wounded and another five were injured in the Donbass region 16 January.[182] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[183] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Lozove, Zholobok, Lohvynove, Veselehorivka and Zolote.[184]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that from by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 7 occasions, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[185] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[186][187] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked pro-Russian troops at Zhabicheve, Volvo Center, Trudivske, Vasylivka and Kruta Balka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka. In the main incidents, Volvo Center, Trudivske and Kruta Balka came under 82 mm mortar fire. BTR armoured personnel carriers from Pisky engaged pro-Russian positions at Volvo Center. BMP-1 armoured vehicles, also from Pisky, shelled the same area some hours later, supported by ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Two civilian vehicles were destroyed at Kruta Balka, where the mortar fire was directed by Ukrainian drones.[188][189][190][191][192][193]

18 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 13 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[186] (including on 11 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region)[194]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[194] By noon of 18 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[194] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action in the Donbass region on 17 January.[194] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[195] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zholobok and Donetskyi.[196]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops twice.[197] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[198] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Hostile actions were reported at Zhabicheve and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Ozeryanivka in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, Ukrainian tanks from Vodiane launched a substantial attack on pro-Russian redoubts at Uzhivka from 5:10 pm to 10:20 pm, preceded by heavy shelling from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars in the morning. A total of 35 tank rounds were fired at Ukrainian positions. Zhabicheve and Sakhanka were hit by 120 mm mortar rounds, while 82 mm mortar fire was reported at Volvo Center. Sakhanka became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[199][200]

19 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[198] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and once at Vilnyi in Luhansk region[201]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[201] By noon of 19 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[201] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 18 January.[201] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 19 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles and tanks.[200] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces shelled Zholobok and Donetskyi with 82 mm mortars.[202]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[203] By the end of the day total 16 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[204] A number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Zhabicheve, Trudivske and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky engaged pro-Russian positions at Zhabicheve, while 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles opened fire on Volvo Center.[205][206]

20 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 16 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[204] (including on 13 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region, 120 mm mortars were employed once[207]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[207] By morning of 20 January (as of 11:00 am) one ceasefire violation was registered.[207] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 19 January.[207] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported six Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[208] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns and under-barrel launched grenades to harass pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Krasnyi Yar and Knyaz Igor memorial.[209]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 9 occasions, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[210] By the end of the day total 16 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian positions at Kamianka were hit by anti-tank rockets and anti-tank guided missiles, while 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Avdiivka. Hnutove became the target of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Pisky received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. The Ukrainian strongholds of Pavlopil, Novomykhailivka, Shyrokyne and Krasnohorivka were meanwhile struck by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers were fired at Krymske and Vilnyi.[211][212] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka and Spartak, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Bezimenne, Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, became the target of small arms and heavy machine guns.[213][214][215][216][217][218][219][220]

21 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 16 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[211] (including on 13 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[221]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[221] By morning of 21 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[221] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region 20 January.[221] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 16 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[222] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalinivka, Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Zholobok and Knyaz Igor memorial.[223]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on one occasion, at Vodiane.[224] By the end of the day the second ceasefire violation was registered in the area of Marinka city, no casualties were reported. Both incidents involved the use of infantryw eapons and anti-tank rocket launchers.[225][226] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka, Volvo Center and Zhabicheve, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Pikuzy. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Volvo Center became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[227][228][229][230][231][232][233]

22 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire twice on Ukrainian positions the previous day[225] — both instances occurred in Donetsk region.[234]) By noon of 22 January no ceasefire violations were registered .[234] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 21 January.[234] Pro-Russian officials recorded 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on nine locations with small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[235] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Raevka, Donetskyi and Zholobok.[236]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops once, in the area of Marinka city, where a sergeant of the State Emergency Service was wounded in the line of duty.[237] By the end of the day 2 more ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[238][239] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Staromykhailivka, Spartak, Volvo Center, Yasynuvata and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under attack. Ukrainian forces used mostly infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Staromykhailivka was shelled with 120 mm mortars, while Spartak, Volvo Center and Yasynuvata became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[240]

23 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 4 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[238] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[241]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[241] By noon of 23 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[241] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 22 January.[241] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[242] Local officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic's borders. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Kalynivka, Molodezhne and Zolote.[243]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening one ceasefire violation during the first 18 hours of the day — positions of Ukrainian troops were targeted in the area of Avdiivka, the fire was returned, no casualties were reported on the Ukrainian side;[244] by the end of the day no further ceasefire violations were registered.[245][246] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported at evening by pro-Russian sources from Donetsk city. Volvo Center, Vesele, Kashtanove, Trudivske, Spartak and Yasynuvata, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Vesele, while Kashtanove came under 82 mm mortar fire. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers.[247]

24 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 1 occasion on Ukrainian positions the previous day[245][248]; the fire was returned.[248] By noon of 24 January one instance of shelling (a 82 mm mortar bomb) was registered at Krymske at around 11:00 am.[248] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 23 January.[248] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[249] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, under barrel launched grenades, anti-tank rocket launchers, ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Kalynove-Borshchevate and Knyaz Igor memorial.[250]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions.[251] By the end of the day total 16 ceasefire violations were registered.[252][253] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Staromykhailivka, Vasylivka, Trudivske, Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Novoluhanske, Gagarin mining complex and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under attack. In the main incidents, 82 mm mortar rounds landed at Sakhanka, while Vasylivka came under fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Uzhivka, Volvo Center and Sakhanka were fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Pro-Russian positions at Kruta Balka were hit by anti-tank rockets.[254]

On the same day the former president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych was sentenced in absentia to 13 years in prison. He was charged on three counts — high treason, taking deliberate actions that violated Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and complicity with Russian authorities.[255]

25 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[252] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[256]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[256] By morning of 25 January one ceasefire violation was registered — an anti-tank guided missile hit Ukrainian military vehicle at Katerynivka at around 7:00 am killing one and injuring four Ukrainian servicemen. Ukrainian forces returned fire on pro-Russian positions.[256][257] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 24 January.[256] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 20 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 13 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and anti-aircraft guns.[258] Deputy minister of defence of the Donetsk People's Republic, Eduard Basurin, reported 105 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire over the past week. The Ukrainian military employed tanks, armoured fighting vehicles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian forces.[259] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles to open fire on pro-Russian positions at Kalynivka and Holubovske.[260]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions.[261] By the end of the day total 8 ceasefire violations were registered. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Shyrokyne, Opytne, Nevelske and Marinka became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian forces from Molodezhne fired infantry weapons, anti-tank rockets and anti-tank guided missiles on Ukrainian positions at Katerinivka. The Ukrainian army fired back, and claimed the destruction of an armoured fighting vehicle, with several pro-Russian casualties. The separatists also used small arms, heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers to harass Ukrainian troops at Zhovte. Stanytsia Luhanska came meanwhile under heavy machine gun fire.[262][263] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Kruta Balka, Trudivske and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. Uzhivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Zaitseve, Uzhivka, Trudivske and Kruta Balka became the target of automatic grenade launchers.[264]

26 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 8 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[262] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[257][265]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[257] By morning of 26 January (as of 11:00 am) no ceasefire violations were registered.[257][265] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1965) was killed and another four were wounded in the Donbass region on 25 January.[257][265] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 13 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[266] Local officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic's borders. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Donetskyi, Zolote, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Kruta Hora.[267]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops twice — at Krymske and at Vodiane.[268] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane and Shyrokyne came under attack from infantry weapons and grenade launchers, while anti-tank rockets landed in Novoselivka and heavy machine gun fire was reported at Nevelske. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Katerynivka was hit by 82 mm mortar fire. Luhanske received fire from automatic grenade launchers. Pro-Russian forces fired small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers at Krymske; nearby positons at Staryi Aidar became the target of heavy machine guns.[269] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were recorded by pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked Volvo Center, Trudivske and Kruta Balka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy. In the main incidents, Uzhivka came under 82 mm mortar fire and Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[270]

27 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 10 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[269] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region (from 4:15 pm to 8 pm[271]) and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[272][271] ); the fire was returned.[272] By noon of 27 January one ceasefire violation was registered at Novotoshkivske.[272][271] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region 26 January.[272][271] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported nine Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[273] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded six Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[274]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening no further ceasefire violations by pro-Russian military by 6:00 pm.[275] By the end of the day, pro-Russian troops opened fire on Novotoshkivke, in the northern front, using small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. The fire was returned from Ukrainian positions.[276][277] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported a number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka, Trudivske and Kruta Balka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka, Pikuzy and Sakhanka, came under attack. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Sakhanka and Uzhivka, while Gagarin and Sakhanka became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[278]

28 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 1 occasion on Ukrainian positions the previous day — at Novotoshkivske in Luhansk region; the fire was returned.[276][279] By noon of 28 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[279] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 27 January.[279] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 13 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[280] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Zholobok and Raevka.[281]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[282] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and the region of Mariupol, Marinka and Shyrokyne became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Krymske and Novotoshkivke became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers, while automatic grenade launchers were fired at Maisk.[283][284] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city told the press that the Ukrainian military had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Yasynuvata, Trudivske, Krasnyi Partizan, Spartak, Volvo Center and Zhabicheve, in the environs of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Krasnyi Partizan, Uzhivka and Volvo Center, while 82 mm mortar volleys struck Yasynuvata, Gagarin and Spartak. BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky engaged pro-Russian positions at Zhabicheve. Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Yasynuvata received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[285]

29 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[283] (twice in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[286]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[286] By noon of 29 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[286] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 28 January.[286] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 20 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[287] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack Zholobok, Veselehorivka, Sentianivka and Donetskyi.[288]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 5 occasions.[289] By the end of the day total 8 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Hnutove became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers. Ukrainian troops at Avdiivka were meanwhile harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. Bohdanivka was shelled with automatic grenade launchers. Ukrainian positions at Novomykhailivka were hit by anti-tank rockets. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, heavy shelling was reported at Vilnyi (ESE part of Zolote, 48°40′59″N 38°33′2″E / 48.68306°N 38.55056°E / 48.68306; 38.55056[290]), that came under 82 mm mortar fire; Krymske and Katerynivka were also hit by the same kind of weapon. Heavy machine gun fire was also reported at Luhanske and Svobodny. Ukrainian forces claimed the destruction of a KAMAZ truck and captured an anti-tank missile launcher, an RPG-18 rocket launcher and a NSV heavy machine gun.[291][292] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Zhabicheve, Donetsk airport, Spartak, Vasylivka and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, were attacked from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, Novoshyrokivske and Zhabicheve came under heavy 82 mm mortar fire. Zhabicheve, Uzhivka and Sakhanka also became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Intense fire from automatic grenade launchers was also reported at Uzhivka and Donetsk airport.[293]

30 January[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 8 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[291] on 4 occasions both in Donetsk and Luhansk regions;[294] the fire was returned on several occasions.[294] By noon of 30 January one ceasefire violation was registered at Kriakivka that was targeted from 82 mm mortars.[294] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 29 January.[294] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 16 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[295] Local sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Heavy shelling was reported at Sokolniki, where 122 mm self-propelled guns from Krymske fired 45 rounds at Ukrainian redoubts. Pervomaisk was hit by 82 mm mortar rounds, while 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and automatic grenade launchers were fired at Kalynove, while small arms and heavy machine gun fire was reported at Molodezhne.[296]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions.[297] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian positions at Pavlopil were struck by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. Heavy machine gun fire was reported at Marinka, while Novomykhailivka received fire from rocket launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Krymske, Kriakivka, Popasna and Vilnyi. The Ukrainian military claimed the destruction of a pro-Russian MT-LBu armoured carrier armed with a mounted ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft gun that had opened fire on Krymske.[298][299] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded a number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire by evening. Volvo Center, Zhabicheve and Vesele, in the area of Donetsk city, and, in the reion of Mariupol, Pikuzy and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Volvo Center received fire from 120 mm mortars, while 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Uzhivka. BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky attacked pro-Russian positons at Zhabicheve, while 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles were fired at Vesele.[300]

31 January[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 7 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[298] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[301]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[301] By noon of 31 January no ceasefire violations were registered.[301] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 30 January.[301] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[302] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Sokolniki and Zholobok.[303]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops twice.[304] By the end of the day a total of 6 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles attacked Ukrainian positions at Pisky supported by infantry weapons and 82 mm mortars. in the northern sector of the demarcation line, Kriakivka was shelled with rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars. Vilnyi received fire from small arms and grenade launchers. Ukrainian troops at stanytsia luhanska were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire.[305][306] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military attacked Kruta Balka, Vasylivka, Yasynuvata, Zhabicheve, Trudivske and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Holmivsky and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Novomariivka and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, a single 120 mm mortar round was fired at Uzhivka, while Volvo Center and Zhabichevo received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[307]

February[edit]

1 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions on 31 January[305] (including twice in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[308]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[308] By noon of 1 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[308] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on the last day of January.[308] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[309] The same sources reported 100 Ukrainian attacks on pro-Russian positions in 17 different locations over the past week using banned weapons like 120 mm mortars, 82 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehilces. The water supply station at Vasylivka was hit twice by Ukrainian fire during the same period.[310] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rockets and 120 mm mortars to harass pro-Russian troops at Pryshyb, Zolote and Knyaz Igor memorial.[311]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops twice — 82 mm mortars, heavy machine guns, and small arms were employed to target Ukrainian positions at Pavlopil, in the region of Mariupol. Vilnyi, in the northern front, was targeted using grenade launchers of different systems, heavy machine guns, and small arms. Later in the evening, heavy machine gun fire was reported at Krasnohorivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, while in the northern section of the demarcation line, Krymske came under 82 mm mortar fire.[312] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[313][314] Pro-Russian sources from Donetsk city recorded several Ukrainian violations of the truce by evening; Volvo Center, Zhabicheve, Oleksandrivka, Spartak, Yasynuvata, Trudivske and Staromykhailivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under attack. In the main incidents, Zhabicheve received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka engaged Ukrainian forces at Staromykhailivka, while Uzhivka became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[315]

2 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[313] (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[316]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[316] By noon of 2 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[316] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on the first day of February.[316] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 14 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[317] Local sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Luhanske launched a sustained attack on Ukrainian redoubts at Lohvynove. Sokolniki was hit by 120 mm mortar fire, while automatic grenade launchers were fired at Zolote.[318]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening 6 ceasefire violations and one Ukrainian serviceman wounded by pro-Russian military during the first 18 hours of the day.[319] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, another Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, infantry weapons and rocket launchers were fired at Ukrainian forces near Hnutove and Krasnohorivka. In the northern section of the demarcation line, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Lozove engaged Ukrainian positions at Luhanske, supported by 82 mm mortar fire. Vilnyi became the target of heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers; heavy machine gun fire was also reporetd at Krymske.[320] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several of occasions by evening. Hostile actions were reported at Yasynuvata, Spartak, Kruta Balka, Staromykhailivka and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy, Naberezhne and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Hnutove launched an intense attack on Ukrainian positions at Pikuzy, supported by 120 mm mortar fire. Spartak, Volvo Center and Kruta Balka became the target of 82 mm mortars. Volvo Center was also hit by 120 mm mortar rounds.[321]

3 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 10 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[320] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[322]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[322] By noon of 3 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[322] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 2 February.[322] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[323] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Veselehorivka, Kalynove and Lohvynove.[324]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 5 occasions.[325] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers were fired at the Ukrainian stronghold of Pavlopil, while heavy machine gun fire was also reported at Novoselivka. in the northern section of the demarcation line, Krymske came under 82 mm mortar fire. Luhanske became the target of automatic grenade launchers, while anti-tank rocket struck the area of Zaitseve. Ukrainian positions at Zolote were fired at from grenade launchers. Ukrainian forces at Vilnyi were engaged with infantry weapons and different types of grenade launchers. Infantry weapons were used to harass Ukrainian troops at Novotoshkivke.[326][327] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military targeted Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve and Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Naberezhne and Uzhivka. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grende launchers. Uzhivka and Holmivsky came under 82 mm mortar fire.[328]

4 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[326] (twice in Donetsk region and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[329]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[329] By noon of 4 February one ceasefire violation was registered.[329] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 3 February.[329] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[330] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove-Borshchevate, Zolote, Molodezhne, Kalynove, Sokolniki, Zholobok and Kalynivka.[331]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[332] By the end of the day total 8 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another soldier was wounded. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, infantry weapons and rocket launchers were fired at Ukrainian positions around Pavloipil; small arms fire was reported at Novselivka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Krymske, while Vilnyi became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers. Zolote, luhanske and Novotoshkivke were fired at from different types of grenade launchers.[333][334] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city recorded a number of Ukrainian violations of the truce. Zhabichevo, Volvo Center, Trudivske, Spartak, Donetsk airport and Staromykhailivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Uzhivka, came under fire. In the main incidents, the area of Donetsk airport was hit by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys; 120 mm mortar rounds also landed in Spartak, Volvo Center and Staromykhailivka. Shyroka Balka was meanwhile the target of 82 mm mortars. Trudivske and Volvo Center were fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[335]

5 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 8 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[333] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[336]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[336] By noon of 5 February one ceasefire violation was registered, at Vilnyi.[336] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another was wounded in the Donbass region on 4 February.[336] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[337] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Lozove, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Smile, Zolote, Sanzharivka and Sokolniki.[338]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions, wounding one Ukrainian soldier as a result.[339] By the end of the day total 12 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[340][341][342] Pro-Russian sources from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Volvo Center, Trudiivske, Oleksandrivka, Yasynuvata, Spartak, Donetsk airport and Staromykhailivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Shyroka Balka, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Spartak, Pikuzy, Staromykhailivka and Yasynuvata were shelled with 120 mm mortars, while 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Staromykhailivka, Spartak and Donetsk airport. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka launched an intense attack on Staromykhailivka throughout the day; BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka opened meanwhile fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Trudivske. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pisky and Opytne launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian positions at Volvo Center and Spartak, respectively. Volvo Center also received heavy fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns.[343]

6 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 12 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[340] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[344]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[344] By noon of 6 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[344] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 5 February.[344] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 24 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[345] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Sokolniki, Zolote, Molodezhne, Kalynove and Kalynove-Borshchevate.[346]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 7 occasions.[347] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Pisky came under 82 mm mortar fire; Vodiane and Lebedinske, meanwhile, became the target of heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers. Pavlopil was hit by anti-tank rockets. In the northern section of the demarcation line, 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Zhovanka. Pivdenne and Krymske wereattacked with small arms, heavy machine guns and grenade launchers, while automatic grenae launchers were fired at Vilnyi. Small arms fire was reported at Stanytsia Luhanska.[348][349] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Spartak, Yasynuvata, Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under attack. In the main incidents, Sakhanka and Volvo Center were shelled with 82 mm mortars, while Uzhivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Vodiane engaged pro-Russian positions at Uzhivka; BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Shyrokyne, meanwhile, opened fire on Sakhanka.[350]

7 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 11 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[348] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[351]); the fire was returned on 6 occasions.[351] By noon of 7 February one ceasefire violation was registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side; the fire was returned.[351] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 7 February.[351] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[352] Local officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic's borders. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rockets, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Zolote, Holubovske and Sokolniki.[353]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[354] By the end of the day total 6 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers. Pishchevyk was hit by anti-tank rockets. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Troitske was shelled with 82 mm and 120 mm mortars, while small arms and automatic grenade launchers were fired at Krymske.[355][356] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Dokuchaievsk, Donetsk airport, Spartak, Volvo Center and Vasylivka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Dzerzhinske, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under attack from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Spartak and Donetsk airport. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pisky opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Volvo Center. Uzhivka received heavy fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns.[357]

8 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[355] (on 3 occasions both in Donetsk and Luhansk regions[358]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[358] By morning of 8 February (as of 11:00 am) one ceasefire violation was registered at Vilnyi.[358] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 7 February.[358] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 16 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[359] The same sources said that the Ukrainian military opened fire on pro-Russian positions on 120 occasions in 12 different points over the past week, using mortars and armoured fighting vehicles.[360] Local officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire on six occasions within the republic boundaries. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novozvanivka launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian redoubts at Kalynove, that also became the target of 82 mm mortars. The same kind of weapons were fired at Pryshyb, while Donetskyi was hit by small arms fire and anti-tank rockets.[361] Ukrainian sources claim the destruction of a pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicle during a battle with Ukrainian BMP armoured vehicles.[362]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 8 occasions killing one and wounding two Ukrainian servicemen.[363] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane and Avdiivka received fire from infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Sniper fire was also reported at Avdiivka. Ukrainian forces at Pavlopil were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, 120 mm mortar rounds hit Vilnyi. Pro-Russian forces fired small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars at Ukrainian positions near Krymske. Ukrainian positions at Zaitseve were hit by anti-tank rockets.[364][365] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Trudivske, Kruta Balka and Spartak, in the western environs of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported in the region of Mariupol, were 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Uzhivka, and 82 mm mortar fire was reported at Sakhanka. Kruta Balka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. Trudivske was hit by anti-tank rounds from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[366] A vehicle carrying 11 workers from Vasylivka water supply station was fired at near Kruta Balka. The personnel managed to hide behind a snow pile for half an hour before being rescued.[367]

9 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[364] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[368]); the fire was returned on almost all of the occasions.[368] By noon of 9 February three ceasefire violations were registered.[368] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1988) was killed and two others were wounded in action in the Donbass region on 8 February.[368] Pro-Russian officials recorded 18 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Ukrainian forces opened fire on ten locations with small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[369] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian positions at Pervomaisk, Zolote and Sokolniki. A number of power lines and gas pipelines were damaged at Zolote, while three residential buildings were damaged at Pervomaisk.[370]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 7 occasions, no casualties were reported.[371] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, three Ukrainian servicemen were reported wounded. in the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Pisky was shelled with 120 mm mortars. The stronghold of Avdiivka came under 82 mm mortar fire. Pavlopil received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, while Starohnativka became the target of automatic grenade launchers. Ukrainian troops at Chermalyk were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Donetskyi engaged Ukrainian positions at Novotoshkivke, supported by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire. Krymske was attacked with automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars; Ukrainian troops at Travneve were harassed with small arms fire and anti-tank rockets.[372] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Lozove, Spartak, Kruta Balka and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, Dolomitne and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Pikuzy, Uzhivka, Novoshyrokivske and Sakhanka, came under fire from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, a single anti-tank guided missile fired from Pisky landed near pro-Russian positions at Lozove, while Volvo Center, Spartak and Pikuzy received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[373]

10 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 10 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[372] (on 5 occasions both in Donetsk and in Luhansk regions[374]); the fire was returned on 8 several occasions.[374] By noon of 10 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[374] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region 9 February.[374] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 19 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 13 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles.[375] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded eight Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, under-barrel launched grenades, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and anti-tank guided missiles to attack pro-Russian positions at Donetskyi, Holubovske, Zholobok and Kalynove.[376]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions, the fire was returned.[377] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[378][379] Several Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Yasynuvata, Volvo Center and Spartak, in the western environs of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Novoshyrokivske, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. Heavy shelling was reported at Yasynuvata and Uzhivka, where pro-Russian positions received intense fire from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Butivka mining complex engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Spartak. Uzhivka and Pikuzy also became the target of ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns.[380]

11 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[378] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[381]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[381] By morning of 11 February (as of 11:00 am) four ceasefire violations were registered.[381] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 10 February.[381] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 21 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[382] Officials from the self-styled Luhansk People Republic recorded two Ukrainian attacks within the republic's borders. A single anti-tank guided missile was fired from Luhanske at pro-Russian positions in Kalynivka. Lozove, meanwhile, received fire from automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[383]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 9 occasions wounding one Ukrainian serviceman.[384] By the end of the day total 12 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[385][386] Pro-Russian sources from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire a substantial number of occasions by evening. Volvo Center, Zhabicheve, Yasynuvata, Kruta Balka, Spartak and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Holmivsky and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Volvo Center, Holmivsky and Uzhivka came under 120 mm mortar fire, while 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Novoshyrokivske, Volvo center, Yasynuvata. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pisky attacked pro-Russian redoubts at Volvo Center and Zhabicheve, in both occasions supported by 120 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Opytne opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Donetsk airport.[387]

12 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 12 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[385] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[388]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[388] By noon of 12 February two ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[388] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 11 February.[388] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 24 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[389] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Lohvynove, Sokolniki, Donetskyi, Smile and Zolote.[390]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 4 occasions.[391] By the end of the day total 5 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, a single 120 mm mortar round hit a civilian residence at Shyokyne, while small arms fire was reported at Marinka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, heavy shelling was reported at Vilnyi, while pro-Russian BMP-2 armoured vehicles, supported by anti-tank guided missiles, engaged Ukrainian positions at Bohuslavske. Travneve became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. Small arms fire was meanwhile reported at Stanytsia Luhanska.[392][393] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Yasynuvata, Spartak, Kruta Balka, Staromykhailivka, Vasylivka and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, Zaitseve and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Pikuzy, Uzhivka and Sakhanka received fire from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, Staromykhailivka and Yasynuvata came under 120 mm mortar fire, while 82 mm mortar barrages repeatedly hit Shyroka Balka; the same kind of weapon was fired at pro-Russian positions at Volvo Center. A single BMP-1 armoured vehicle from Talakivka opened fire on Ukrainian forces at pro-Russian forces near Pikuzy. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Yuzhne engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Gagarin mining complex with 30 mm gunfire. Vasylivka became the target of ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns.[394]

13 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 5 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[392] (once in Donetsk and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[395]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[395] By noon of 13 February three ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[395] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 12 February.[395] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 22 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[396] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded eight Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Lozove, Kalynove, Zolote, Lohvynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Zholobok.[397]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, as of 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[398] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane was hit by heavy machine gun fire, anti-tank rockets and 120 mm mortar rounds. Lebedinske was also shelled with 120 mm mortars. Pavlopil received fire from infantry weapons and anti-tank guided missiles. Avdiivka was fired at from heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, BMP-1 armoured vehicles attacked Travneve supported by heavy machine guns and anti-tank rocket launchers. Ukrainian forces at Krymske became the target of small arms and grenade launchers. Heavy machine gun fire was reported at Novoluhanske.[399][400] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Trudivske, Vesele, Zhabicheve, Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata, Spartak, Donetsk airport and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Sosnovske and Uzhivka, came under attack. In the main incidents, Sosnovske, Sakhanka, Zhabicheve, Trudivske, Dolomitne and Uzhivka were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages. The shelling was particularly intense at Uzhivka. Spartak and Volvo Center also received heavy fire from 82 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pisky engaged pro-Russian positions at Zhabicheve and Volvo Center, supported by 82 mm mortars.[401]

14 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 10 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[399] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[402]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[402] By morning of 14 February (as of 11:00 am) four ceasefire violations were registered.[402] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 13 February.[402] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 35 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[403] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, under-barrel launched grenades, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynivka and Zolote.[404]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 7 occasions, including on 6 occasions using 120 mm and 82 mm mortars.[405] By the end of the day total 12 ceasefire violations were registered, three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles, supported by 82 mm and 120 mm mortars, engaged Ukrainian positions at Pisky and Opytne; 120 mm mortar rounds also landed in Verkhnyotoretske. Marinka and Pavlopil reported fire from infantry weapons and grenade launchers. In the northern section of the demarcation line, 152 mm self-propelled guns opened fire from Vuhlehirsk shelled Ukrainian redoubts at Novoluhanske, where one civilian residence received a direct hit. The village also became the target of 120 mm mortars, while 82 mm mortar rounds struck Krymske and Svobodne, that was also fired at from automatic grenade launchers. Pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles attacked Ukrainian forces around Zaitseve with the support of rocket launchers.[406][407] A series of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasylivka, Mineralne, Kruta Balka, Staromykhailivka, Yasynuvata, Volvo Center, Donetsk airport and Spartak, in the western environs of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, Shyroka Balka, Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Dzerzhinske, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy 120 mm mortar fire was reported throughout the day at Dolomitne from Ukrainian positions at Novoluhanske. The village was also hit by 82 mm mortar fire. Two civilian residences were damaged. Pikuzy, Uzhivka, Yasynuvata, Volvo Center, Spartak, Staromykhailivka and Kruta Balka also received fire from 120 mm mortars. Vasylivka, Shyroka Balka, Kruta Balka, Mineralne, Spartak, Volvo Center, Uzhivka, Holmivsky and Donetsk airport came under sustained 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian positions at Spartak, while BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Novoselivka attacked Vasylivka.

15 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 12 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[408] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[409]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[409] By noon of 15 February five ceasefire violations were registered — one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two were wounded.[409] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded the Donbass region on 14 February.[409] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 36 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 14 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[410] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, Sokolniki, Molodezhne and Zolote.[411]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, that from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 8 occasions using 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[412] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Kamianka was hit by 120 mm mortar volleys firing from Yasynuvata, while Pavlopil received fire from infantry weapons and 82 mm mortars. Earlier, the area of Marinka was struck by anti-tank guided missiles. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Popasna, Zolote, Vilnyi and Novoaleksandrivka became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[413][414] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Vasylivka, Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata, Spartak, Donetsk airport and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Izotove, Zaitseve, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sosnovske, Novoshyrokivske and Sakhanka, came under attack. In the main incidents, 122 mm self-propelled guns from Pivnichne shelled pro-Russian positions at Gagarin mining complex. The village also became the target of 120 mm mortars. Izotove and Sakhanka came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Kamianka launched an attack on Kruta Balka supported by automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pavlopil engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Novoshyrokivske.

16 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 9 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[415] (including on 3 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[416]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[416] By noon of 16 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[416] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another two were wounded in action in the Donbass region 15 January.[416] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 19 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles and 122 mm self-propeled artillery.[417] Local officials recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynivka, Molodezhne and Zolote.[418]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening, that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 2 occasions in the stronghold of Avdiivka, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded as a result.[419] By the end of the day total 6 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops at Avdiivka became the target of infantry weapons and rocket launchers, while Pavlopil and Hnutove came under the combined fire of small arms, heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles from Sokolniki engaged Ukrainian positions at Krymske, supported by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. The village was also shelled with 82 mm mortars.[415] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported a number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire by evening. Dokuchaievsk, Spartak, Staromykhailivka, Oleksandrivka, Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the area of Horlivka, Izotove and Holmivsky, were attacked by Ukrainian forces. In the main incidents, Volvo Center, Spartak, Trudivske and Izotove came under 120 mm mortar fire, while Dokuchaievsk and Spartak were hit by 82 mm mortar rounds. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Travneve opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Holmivsky. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka attacked meanwhile Staromykhailivka.[420] A female civilian resident was wounded at Holmivsky.[421]

17 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[422] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[423]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[415] By noon of 17 February four ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian soldier sustained minor injuries.[423][424] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another wounded in the Donbass region on 16 February.[423] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 14 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[425] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded eight Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles and 152 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian positions at Sokolniki, Pryshyb, Sentianivka, Zholobok, Kalynove, Molodezhne, Lozove and Lohvynove.[426]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions.[427] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Pisky, supported by 120 mm mortar fire. Heavy shelling was reported at Lebedinske, that was fired at from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars; 82 mm mortar volleys landed meanwhile in Vodiane. Ukrainian troops at Vodiane were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Katerinivka and Troitske were shelled with 82 mm mortars. Novoluhanske became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. Small arms fire was reported at Luhanske at dusk.[424][428] A series of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Kruta Balka, Trudivske, Oleksandrivka, Volvo Center and Spartak, in the western environs of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Dzherzinske, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, tanks from Pisky engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Volvo Center, supported by 120 mm mortars. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka opened fire on Trudivske. Sakhanka and Dzerzhinske received heavy fire from 120 mm mortars; 82 mm mortar rounds also landed in Spartak and Volvo Center.[429]

18 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 10 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[424] (on 5 occasions both in Donetsk and Luhansk regions[430]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[430] By noon of 18 February six ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[430] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 17 February.[430] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 33 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles and tanks.[431] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Zolote, Molodezhne, Sanzharivka and Smile.[432]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that as of 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 8 occasions, including on 7 occasions using mortars of 120 mm and 82 mm calibres; four Ukrainian servicemen were wounded.[433] By the end of the day a total of 12 ceasefire violations were registered, 120 mm and 82 mm mortars were complemented by 122 mm artillery; no further casualties were reported on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske was hit by heavy machine gun fire, anti-tank guided missiles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Nearby Vodiane also received fire from 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled guns. Pro-Russian forces attacked the stronghold of Opytne with anti-tank rockets and armoured fighting vehicles. Infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers were fired at Pavlopil. Small arms fire was reported at Marinka. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Katerinivka and Novotoshkivke were struck by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys. Katerinivka also received fire from heavy machine guns and grenade launchers. Travneve came under 82 mm mortar fire; heavy machine gunfire was reported in the area of Krymske.[434][435] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire. Spartak, Yasynuvata, Staromykhailivka, Kruta Balka, Volvo Center and Yakovliivka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, Gagarin mining complex and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka, Dzerzhinske, Pikuzy and Sakhanka, came under attack. In the main incidents 120 mm mortar landed in Sakhanka, Pikuzy, Uzhivka, Dzerzhinske, Dolomitne, Volvo Center and Spartak. Uzhivka, Dzerzhinske, Spartak, Volvo Center and Dolomitne were also hit by 82 mm mortar fire. Yasynuvata and Yakovliivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Three improvised explosive devices detonsted in Donetsk city causing some damage to civilian property.[436]

19 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 12 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[434] (on 6 occasions both in Donetsk and Luhansk regions[437]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[437] By noon of 19 February six ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[437] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that four Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 18 February.[437] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 22 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 13 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-aircraft guns.[438] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to attack pro-Russian positions at Kalynova, Molodezhne and Donetskyi.[439]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 11 occasions wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[440] By the end of the day total 16 ceasefire violations were registered, another two Ukrainian servicemen sustained injuries. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske and Vodiane were shelled with 122 mm self-propelled artillery; Vodiane also became the target of heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Ukrainian positions at Hnutove were hit by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Novotoshkivke received fire from 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Ukrainian positions at Zolote became the target of heavy machine guns, rocket launchers, ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns and 82 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles engaged Ukrainian redoubts at Luhanske supported by heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars. Novozvanivka was struck by anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortars, while nearby Katerinivka was shelled with automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars.[441][442] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata, Vasylivka, Oleksandrivka, Spartak and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Dzerzhinske, Sakhanka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Pikuzy, Sakhanka and Yasynuvata were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages. Vasylivka was shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars; 82 mm mortar rounds landed meanwhile in Pikuzy, Spartak and Yasynuvata. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka engaged pro-Russian positions at Oleksandrivka, where a civilian house received some damage. Pro-Russian forces at Spartak also received fire from BMP-2 armoured vehicles deployed at Avdiivka.[443]

20 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 16 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[441] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 11 occasions in Luhansk region[444]); the fire was returned on more than half of the occasions.[444] By noon of 20 February four ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[444] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 19 February.[444] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 22 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[445] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynivka, Sokolniki, Zolote, Molodezhne and Donetskyi.[446]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that as of 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 9 occasions, wounding lethally one Ukrainian serviceman.[447] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske became the target of heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 120 mm mortars. Shyrokyne was fired at from heavy machine guns, rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Vodiane was also shelled with 120 mm mortars. Ukrainian troops at Marinka were attacked by hostile snipers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Novooleksanrivka, supported by grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. Novotoshkivke and Vilnyi were attacked with infantry weapons, rocket launchers, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. [448][449] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Yasynuvata, Trudivske, Spartak, Kruta Balka and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, Izotove and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Pikuzy, Uzhivka and Sakhanka received fire from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, Gagarin mining complex, Trudivske, Uzhivka and Kruta Balka came under 120 mm mortar fire. Oleksandrivka, Trudivske, Izotove, Uzhivka and Kruta Balka were hit by 82 mm mortar rounds. BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian positions at Yasynuvata, while BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka raked pro-Russian redoubts at Trudivske with 30 mm gunfire.[450]

21 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 13 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[448] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[451]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[451] By noon of 21 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[451] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1980) was killed in the Donbass region on 20 February.[451] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 22 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[452] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 152 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian redoubts at Kalynove, Lohvynove, Zolote, Lozove and Molodezhne. Gas pipelines were damaged by 73 mm anti-tank shells and 120 mm mortar rounds at Zolote.[453]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 5 occasions, two Ukrainian soldiers were reported wounded.[454] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, one more Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, heavy shelling was reported at Lebedinske, Vodiane, Shyrokyne and Hnutove, that received fire from 120 mm mortars; Shyrokyne also became the target of small arms and rocket launchers, while sniper fire was reported at Marinka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Vilnyi, Novotoshkivke, Katerinivka and Novooleksandrivka. Vilnyi was also hit by 120 mm mortar rounds. Pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Novooleksandrivka.[455][456] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Ukrainian forces launched attacks on Trudivske, Volvo Center, Kruta Balka and Yasynuvata, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, Dolomitne, Zaitseve and Izotove, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, Gagarin mining complex and Uzhivka were hit by 82 mm mortar fire. Trudivske received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pisky and Marinka opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Volvo Center and Trudivske, respectively. A water supply pipeline connecting the Seversky-Donets river with Donetsk city was damaged near Izotove by anti-tank rockets fired from Shumy.[457]

22 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 7 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[455] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[458]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[458] By noon of 22 February four ceasefire violations were registered.[458] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian serviceman were wounded in the Donbass region on 21 February.[458] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 19 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, anti-aircraft guns, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles.[459] The same sources reported 151 incidents over the past week in 20 different locations. The attacks involved the use of 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fihgting vehicles.[460] One pro-Russian soldier was killed in action and a female civilian was wounded on the same period. A total of 29 civilian residences, three civilian vehicles and two natural gas pipelines were damaged, while more than three thousand residents were left without electrical supply.[461] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to opened fire on Zolote, Kalynove, Znamenka and Smile.[462]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that as of 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 10 occasions.[463] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske and Vodiane became the target of automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Lebedinske was also hit by anti-tank guided missiles. Ukrainian forces at Avdiivka were harassed with small arms fire, under-barrel launched grenades and anti-tank rockets, while sniper fire was reported at Marinka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Novozvanivka was shelled with rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Katerinivka and Krymske received fire from 82 mm mortars, in the first case supported by small arms and grenade launchers. Luhanske was hit by anti-tank rockets and automatically launched grenades. Small arms fire was recorded at Stanytsia Luhanska.[464][465] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Yasynuvata and Volvo Center, in the western environs of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 122 mm self-propelled artillery from Talakivka shelled the pro-Russian stronghold of Pikuzy. Ukrainian positions at Sakhanka, Uzhivka and Pikuzy were hit by 120 mm mortar volleys. Volvo Center was shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[466]

23 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 14 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[464] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[467]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[467] By noon of 23 February three ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[467] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 22 February.[467] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 14 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations involving small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery.[468] The daily press release from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded ixs Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Lohvynove and Zolote.[469]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions, killing one Ukrainian soldier.[470] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian forces launched anti-tank guided missiles at Ukrainian positions near Chermalyk, while 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Vodiane. Krasnohorivka was hit by 82 mm mortar volleys. Ukrainian troops at Pavlopil became the target of heavy machine guns and grenade launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Katerinivka became the target of automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars; 82 mm mortar volleys also landed in Krymske. Novozvanivka became the target of infantry weapons and rocket launchers.[471] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Oleksandrivka, Staromykhaivka, Trudivske, Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata, Spartak and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sosnovske, Uzhivka, Pikuzy and Sakhanka, came under attack. In the main incidents, BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pisky opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Volvo Center; Uzhivka and Spartak, meanwhile, received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Two civilians were killed and another injured when the vehicle they were riding in was rocked by an explosion near near "Olenivka" checkpoint, on the demarcation line.[472]

24 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 11 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[471] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[473]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[473] By noon of 24 February eight ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1987) was killed and another wounded.[473] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian servicemen (born in 1975) was killed in the Donbass region on 23 February.[473] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 20 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[474] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Zolote, Znamenka, Kalynove-Borshchevata, Molodezhne and Donetskyi.[475]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 12 occasions, one more Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[476] By the end of the day total 16 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane, Lebedinske, Pavlopil, Pisky and Krasnohorivka received fire from infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Novozvanivka received heavy fire from 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Pro-Russian armoured personnel carriers attacked Ukrainian positions at Katerinivka supported by 82 mm mortars and ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Zolote became the target of 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propeleld guns, and Novooleksandrivka was attacked by armoured fighting vehicles supported by 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Lobacheve received fire from heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Four civilian residences were destroyed by shelling at Zolote and novooleksandrivka.[477][478] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata and Vasylivka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Novoshyrokivske and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Uzhivka and Vasylivka were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages, while BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Travneve engaged pro-Russian positions at Dolomitne. Sniper fire was reported at Vasylivka.[479] Damage on residential areas was reported at Petrovsky district, in Donetsk city, and in the outskirts of Horlivka.[480]

25 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 16 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[477] (including on 9 occasions in Donetsk and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[481]); the fire was returned on almost all of the occasions.[481] By noon of 25 February three ceasefire violations were registered with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[481] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was lethally wounded and another two were wounded in action in the Donbass region on 24 February.[481] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[480] One pro-Russian soldier was killed in action.[482] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded six Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Zholobok and Lozove.[483]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions, killing one and wounding another Ukrainian soldier.[484] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, heavy shelling was reported at Lebedinske, that was shelled by 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery; 120 mm mortar rounds also landed in Vodiane. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, pro-Russian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns and grenade launchers to harass Ukrainian troops at Novotoshkivke, Novooleksandrivka, Vilnyi, Luhanske and Novhorodske.[485][486] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Yasynuvata, Staromykhailivka, Trudivske, Zhabicheve, Spartak, Kruta Balka and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, Izotove and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Sakhanka received fire from Ukrainian positions. In the main incidents, a derelict house was hit and set on fire by an anti-tank guided missile. Heavy shelling was meanwhile reported at Trudivske, Volvo Center, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, where pro-Russian positions received intense fire from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars; 82 mm mortar rounds also landed in Dolomitne. Zhabicheve was fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Sniper activity was reported at Staromykhailivka.[487]

26 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 7 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[485] (including twice in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[488]); the fire was returned on almost all of the occasions.[488] By noon of 26 February no ceasefire violations were registered.[488] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another was wounded in action in the Donbass region on 25 February.[488] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 19 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[489] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank recoilless rifles and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian redoubts at Kalynove and Holubovske. In the main actions, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novooleksandrivka launched a sustained attack on Kalynove, while an anti-tank guided missile was fired from Troitske on the same location.[490]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that as of 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 8 occasions; three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded as a result.[491] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Lebedinske; Ukrainian troops at Verkhnyotoretske became meanwhile the target of small arms and automatic grenade launchers. In the northern section of the demarcation line, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Novoluhanske and Popasna, supported by infantry weapons; 120 mm mortar volleys hit Vilnyi, Lobacheve, Novoluhanske. Krymske, Lobacheve, Malinove and Popasna came under 82 mm mortar fire.[492][493] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Staromykhaivka, Trudivske, Vasylivka, Zhabicheve, Spartak and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Bezimenne, Pikuzy and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar barrages landed in Staromykhailivka, Pikuzy, Vasylivka and Spartak. Bezimenne and Sakhanka came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka launched a sustained attack on Ukrainian redoubts at Staromykhailivka. Volvo Center, Spartak, Trudivske and Zhabicheve received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. One pro-Russian soldier was killed in a mortar attack at Pikuzy. The water purification plant at Vasylivka was shelled with 120 mm mortars.[494]

27 February[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 11 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[492] (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 9 occasions in Luhansk region[495]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[495] By noon of 27 February three ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[495] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 26 February.[495] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[496] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to opened fire on Zolote, Zholobok and Zhovte.[497] [498]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 7 occasions.[499] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane became the target of small arms, grenade launchers and 120 mm mortars. Pro-Russian forces fired 82 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles at Chermalyk, while sniper fire was reported at Hnutove. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, heavy shelling was reported at Krymske, that became the target of anti-tank guided missiles launchers and 122 mm self-propelled artillery firing from Zholobok and some hours later by 120 mm mortar rounds fired from Sentianivka and Donetskyi. Zhovte was shelled with 82 mm mortars, while Ukrainian troops at Stanytsia Luhanska were harassed with small arms fire.[500] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce was recorded by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, pro-Russian troops at Kruta Balka were harassed with small arms fire, while Spartak received fire from infantry weapons and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the area of Horlivka, Gagarin mining complex was hit by a combination of 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire.[501]

28 February[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 11 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[500] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[502]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[502] By morning of 28 February seven ceasefire violations were registered.[502] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 27 February.[502] Po-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in three locations involving small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[503] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled guns to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Lozove, Zhovte, Zholobok, Sokolniki and Knyaz Igor memorial.[504]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 10 occasions, employing on 12 occasions artillery and mortars of 122, 120, and 82 mm calibres (a total of 111 shells and mines were recorded by the Ukrainian side).[505] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, rocket propelled grenades, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars were fired at Ukrainian positions around Shyrokyne. Vodiane was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Hnutove received fire from automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Vilnyi became the target of infantry weapons and grenade launchers. Shumy was hit by 82 mm mortars, while 120 mm mortar volleys landed in Troitske and Popasna. The combined fire of 82 mm and 120 mm mortars struck Novozvanivka. BMP-1 armoured vehicles engaged Ukrainian redoubts at Zolote.[506][507] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Staromykhailivka, Volvo Center, Yakovliivka, Spartak, Zhabicheve, Trudivske and Oleksandrivka, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Pikuzy, were attacked by Ukrainian forces. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar volleys hit Sakhanka, Pikuzy, Gagarin mining complex, Zhabicheve and Volvo Center. Staromykhailivka, Sakhanka and Volvo Center came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Yakovliivka. Zhabicheve received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Civilian residences and a gas pipeline were hit at Gagarin, where a local civilian was reported wounded.[508]

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    Зафиксирован обстрел со стороны ВФУ по Горловке - СЦКК
    Зафиксирован обстрел со стороны ВФУ по Крутой Балке - СЦКК
    Зафиксирован обстрел со стороны ВФУ по Жабичево - СЦКК
    Зафиксированы обстрелы со стороны ВФУ по Вольво-центру в Донецке и Старомихайловке - СЦКК
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    ВСУ обстреляли Ленинское.
    ВСУ обстреляли Саханку.
    ВСУ обстреляли Зайцево Южное.
    ВСУ обстреляли Ясиноватую.
    ВСУ обстреляли Саханку.
    ВСУ обстреляли н.п. Трудовской.
    ВСУ обстреляли Спартак.
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