Timeline of the war in Donbass (March–April 2019)

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This is a timeline of the War in Donbass from March to April 2019. The timeline follows the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and anti-government pro-Russian separatists supported by Russian troops[1] in the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine.

March[edit]

1 March[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 13 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[2][3] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[4]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[4] By noon of 1 March one ceasefire violation was registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[4] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on the last day of February.[4] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in ten locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[5] The same sources reported 102 incidents in 21 settlements over the past week. Ukrainian forces used 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles. Four pro-Russian soldiers were killed, and 17 civilian buildings, electricity lines and gas pipelines were damaged.[6] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded eleven 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 Zholobok, Znamenka, Zolote, Veselehorivka, Sentianivka, Kalynove and Kalynove-Borshchevate. In the main actions, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novozvanivka launched a substantial attack on pro-Russian positions at Kalynove supported by heavy shelling from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. Znamenka was shelled with 122 mm self-propelled artillery from Kryakivka.[7]

The press-centre of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 3 occasions, wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[8] By the end of the day total 4 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Pisky was hit by 82 mm mortar rounds. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Novoluhanske came under 120 mm mortar fire. Novotoshkivke received fire from heavy machine guns and 82 mm mortars. Shumy became the target of small arms and rocket launchers.[9][10] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Yasynuvata, Vasylivka, Kruta Balka, Krasnyi Partizan, Trudivske and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, Dolomitne, Izotove, Verkhnyotoretske and Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Holmivsky and Sakhanka were hit by 120 mm mortar rounds, while Verkhnyotoretske received fire from 82 mm mortars. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Shumy and Novhorodske engaged pro-Russian positions at Izotove and Shyroka Balka, supported by 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. More than 600 homes were left without gas supply after a mortar attack on Krasnyi Partizan.[11]

2 March[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[9] (once in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[12]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[12] By noon of 2 March three ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[12] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on the first day of March.[12] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 15 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, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[13] 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, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian forces at Kalynove, Donetskyi and Sokolniki.[14]

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.[15] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars. Ukrainian positions at Vodiane came under 120 mm mortar fire. Sakhanka and Pavlopil received fire from heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, while Verkhnyotoretske was shelled with automatic grenade launchers. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Misk received fire from automatic grenade launchers.[16] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city recorded several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire by evening. Vasylivka, Krasnyi Partizan, Volvo Center, Staromykhailivka, Trudivske and Zhabunki, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Pikuzy in the region of Mariupol, were attacked by Ukrainian forces. In the main incidents, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar barrages hit Staromykhailivka. Pikuzy and Volvo Center also came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka engaged pro-Russian positions at Trudivske supported by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Zhabunki received fire from anti-aircraft guns. The villages of Vasylivka and Krasnyi Partizan were left without electrical power after two transformers were struck by hostile fire. Seven civilian residences were damaged by heavy shelling in Pikuzy.[17]

3 March[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[16] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[18]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[18] By noon of 3 March three ceasefire violations were registered; with no casualties reported on the Ukrainian side.[18] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 2 March.[18] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[19] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles to engage pro-Russian positions at Vuhlehirsk, Pryshyb, Lozove and Lohvynove.[20]

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, wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[21] By the end of the day total 9 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 forces shelled Vodiane with the combined fire of 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. Nearby Hnutove became the target of heavy machine guns and 82 mm mortars. In the northern section of the demarcation line, Vilnyi, Novooleksandrivka, Novozvanivka and Novoluhanske came under 120 mm mortar fire. Novoluhanske also received fire from automatic grenade launchers, along with the Ukrainian stronghold of Krymske. BMP-1 armoured vehicles opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Popasna supported by 82 mm mortars.[22][23] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Zhabicheve and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of mortars. Holmivsky, Uzhivka and Gagarin were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages, while Uzhivka and Zhabicheve came under 82 mm mortar fire.[24]

4 March[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[22] (including twice in Donetsk and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[25]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[25] By noon of 4 March five ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian soldier (born in 1999) was killed in action.[25] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 3 March.[25] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded 16 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, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[26] Local sources reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce eight times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian forces at Kalynove, Kalinivka, Donetskyi, Pervomaisk, Zholobok and Sokolniki.[27]

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. Pro-Russian forces employed tanks to attack Ukrainian positions for the first time in 2019.[28] By the end of the day total 9 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 tanks engaged Ukrainian forces at Lebedinske supported by 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Shyrokyne was targeted by 122 mm self-propelled guns, while Vodiane received fire from 120 mm mortars. Pisky was fired at from heavy machine guns and 82 mm mortars. In the northern section of the demarcation line, pro-Russian forces shelled Novotoshkivke with 122 mm self-propelled artillery and Zaitseve with 120 mm mortars, while Krymske came under 82 mm mortar fire. Small arms fire was reported at Stanytsia Luhanska.[29][30] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Yasynuvata, Zhabicheve, Staromykhailivka, Oleksandrivka, Spartak, and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, Dolomitne, Zaitseve and Verkhnyotoretske, in the area of Horlivka and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Uzhivka came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar barrages landed in Zhabicheve, Pikuzy, Sakhanka, Gagarin mining complex and Verkhnyotoretske. Dolomitne was hit by 82 mm mortar volleys. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka launched a sustained attack on Ukrainian positions at Staromykhailivka. BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky engaged Ukrainian forces at Zhabicheve. Oleksandrivka, Spartak, Sakhanka and Pikuzy received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[31]

5 March[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[29] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[32]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[32] By noon of 5 March four ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[32] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed by shelling in the Donbass region on 4 March.[32] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 22 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 14 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.[33] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Krasnyi Yar, Donetskyi and Pervomaisk.[34]

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 7 occasions wounding two Ukrainian soldiers.[35] By the end of the day no further ceasefire violations were recorded by the Ukrainian side. Heavy shelling was reported in the region of Mariupol, where Lebedinske, Vodiane and Shyrokyne were hit by 122 mm artillery volleys; Lebedinske and Shyrokyne were also pounded by 120 mm mortars. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, Pisky became the target of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers; small arms fire was meanwhile reported at Avdiivka. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Krymske came under 82 mm mortar fire.[36][37] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military targeted Trudivske, Volvo Center, Spartak, Staromykhailivka, Yasynuvata, Kruta Balka and Vesele, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, Dolomitne and Gagarin mining complex, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported in the region of Mariupol, where the strongholds of Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Uzhivka were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages. Spartak came under 82 mm mortar fire. Staromykhailivka, Volvo Center and Kruta Balka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[38]

6 March[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[36] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[39]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[39] By noon of 6 March four ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[39] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 5 March.[39] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 17 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 14 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[40] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Zholobok, Smile, Kalynove and Sokolniki.[41]

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.[42] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no reported casualties on the Ukrainian side; artillery of 152 mm calibre was employed for the first time this year by pro-Russian forces. In the environs of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian forces continued to pound Ukrainian positions with heavy artillery and mortars. Lebedinske, Vodiane and Hnutove were hit by 122 mm self-propelled artillery, Vodiane and Lebedinske also became the target of 120 mm mortars. Small arms fire was reported at nearby Bohdanivka. In the northern front, Novotoshkivke was hit by the combined fire of 122 mm and 152 mm self-propelled artillery. Novoluhanske, Katerynivka and Krymske came under 120 mm mortar fire. Ukrainian troops at Katerynivka and Novotoshkivke were also harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire.[43][44][45] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on several occasions by evening. Yakovlivka, Spartak, Dokuchaevsk, Volvo Center, Vasylivka , Oleksandrivka, Kiev district and Zhabicheve, in the environs of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Bezimenne. In the main incidents, Dolomitne was hit by the combined fire of 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. Sakhanka came under 120 mm mortar fire, while 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Volvo Center. BMP-1 armoured vehicles launched an attack on Ukrainian positions at Volvo Center, supported by automatic grenade launchers. Spartak received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. The water purification plant at Vasylivka was hit by small arms fire and anti-tank rounds from 73 mm recoilless rifles.[46][47]

7 March[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[43] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[48]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[48] By noon of 7 March one ceasefire violation was registered, at Krymske, where 82 mm mortar rounds landed; no casualties were reported on the Ukrainian side.[48] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 6 March.[48] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 20 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[47] 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, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Lohvynove, Zolote, Sentianivka, Veselaya Hora, Donetskyi and Sokolniki.[49]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by from midnight until 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions wounding three Ukrainian servicemen.[50] By the end of the day total 18 ceasefire violations were registered; two more Ukrainian soldiers were wounded. In the area of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, 120 mm mortar volleys landed in Vodiane. Hnutove became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars. Ukrainian troops at Pisky were harassed with small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. in the northern sector of the demarcation line, Vilnyi received heavy fire from automatic weapons, automatic genade launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-tank recoilless rifles. Novotoshkivke was shelled with 152 mm self-propelled artillery, while 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Staryi Aidar, Troitske and Novozvanivka. Krymske and Katerynivka became the target of 82 mm mortars. Zaitseve was fired at from infantry weapons, and small arms fire was reported at Novoluhanske.[51] A lieutenant (born in 1997) of the 128th Mountain Assault Brigade died of wounds he had received in the Donbass combat area a day earlier.[52] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had broken the ceasefire on a number of occasions by evening. Vasilyevka, Zhabicheve and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Verkhnyotoretske and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka, Bezimenne, Pikuzy and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Uzhivka, Bezimenne, Pikuzy and Sakhanka were shelled with 120 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novoluhanske launched a sustained attack on Ukrainian redoubts at Dolomitne, supported by 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles raked Ukrainian positions around Vasilyevka with 30 mm gunfire. The area also received fire from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles opened fire on Zhabicheve supported by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. The purification plant at Vasilyevka came under mortar attack once again. One house was set on fire and two others were damaged at Dolomitne.

A renewed ceasefire, the "spring truce", was agreed between the warring parties at Minsk to begin on 8 March at 1:01 am.[53]

8 March[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 18 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[51] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 13 occasions in Luhansk region[54]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[54] By noon of 8 March one ceasefire violation involving the use of small arms was registered at Krymske with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[54] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that five Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 7 March.[54] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 18 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 12 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[55] The Press Secretary of the DPR Military Command, Eduard Basurin, told the press that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire 131 times over the past week. The Ukrainian military targeted 23 settlements using 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles.[56] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded 15 Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles, 122 mm and 152 mm self-propelled guns to engage pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Sentianivka, Smile, Zolote, Kalynove, Kalynove-Borschevate, Pervomaisk, Veseleya Hora and Sokolniki.[57]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm no ceasefire violations had taken place, except for the one that was reported earlier at Krymske at around 10:20 am.[58] By the end of the day no further ceasefire violations were reported by the Ukrainian side.[59][60] A number of Ukrainian attacks on pro-Russian forces were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city, specially during the morning. Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka, Dokuchaievsk, Volvo Center and Spartak, in the environs of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Kulikove and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Oleksandrivka was shelled with 120 mm mortars. Volvo Center was hit by 82 mm mortar rounds, while BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Dokuchaievsk supported by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Pro-Russian troops were harassed by sniper fire at Pikuzy.[61][62]

9 March[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 1 occasion on Ukrainian positions the previous day[59] in Luhansk region at Krymske.[63] By noon of 9 March one ceasefire violation was registered, in the area of Popasna.[63] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 8 March.[63] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[64] Ukrainian forces abided by the truce in the area of the self-styled Luhansk People's Republic.[65]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire 3 times on positions of Ukrainian troops, the fire was returned on each occasion. In the region of Mariupol, Lebedinske came under 120 mm mortar fire. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Popasna was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. Small arms fire was reported at Stanytsia Luhanska.[66] No further ceasefire violations were recorded by the Ukrainian side by the end of the day.[67][68] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military targeted Vasilyevka, Yasynuvata and Vesele, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Pikuzy and Dzerzhinske. In the main incidents, Vesele came under 120 mm mortar fire. Pro-Russian forces at Vasilyevka became the target of infantry weapons, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and anti-tank guided missiles. The area of the water purification plant was hit. BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Shyrokyne engaged pro-Russian positions at Sakhanka. Sakhanka, along with Dzerzhinske, also received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[69]

10 March[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,[67] once in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region.[70] By noon of 10 March no ceasefire violations were registered.[70] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 9 March.[70] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported eight Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[71] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles to attack pro-Russian forces at Lozove and Holubovske.[72]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, no ceasefire violations were registered from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm.[73] By the end of the day no ceasefire violations were reported by the Ukrainian side either;[74][75] making this the first day since 23 December 2018 where no attacks on Ukrainian positions were reported.[76] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city recorded two incidents by evening. Ukrainian forces launched two anti-tank guided missiles on pro-Russian positions at Yasynuvata, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and fired six rounds from automatic grenade launchers at Donetsk airport.[77][78]

11 March[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had not opened fire on Ukrainian positions the previous day.[74] By noon of 11 March no ceasefire violations were registered either.[76] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no ceasefire violations in the Donbass region on 10 March.[76] Pro-Russian sources confirmed two Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in the outskirts of Donetsk city using automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank guided missiles.[79] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported no Ukrainian violations of the truce.[80]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening for the second consecutive day no ceasefire violations during the first 18 hours of the day.[81] By the end of the day 1 ceasefire violation was registered, at Avdiivka, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[82][83] Three Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were recorded by pro-Russian authorities in the outskirts of Donetsk city and Horlivka. Yasynuvata became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers, while pro-Russian troops at Zaitseve received fire from infantry weapons and sniper rifles.[84][85][86]

12 March[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 with small arms the previous day,[82] at Avdiivka in Donetsk region;[87] the fire was not returned.[87] By noon of 12 March one ceasefire violation was registered, at Pavlopil, where mortars of 82 mm calibre were employed.[87] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 11 March.[87] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city confirmed three violations of the truce by the Ukrainian military using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers and automatic grenade launchers.[88] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded a single Ukrainian violation of the truce within the republic boundaries, when BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krymske launched an attack on pro-Russian positions at Sokolniki supported by 82 mm mortar fire.[89]

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 2 occasions.[90] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. Ukrainian positions at Avdiivka, in the western outskirts of Donetsk city, were hit by small arms fire and anti-tank rockets. Pavlopil, in the area of Mariupol, was hit by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys. Krymske, in the northern front, was shelled with 82 mm mortars.[91][92] A number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka and Kashtanove, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Sosnovske and Novoshyrokivske, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, a single 82 mm mortar round landed in Vasilyevka, while Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian troops at Zaitseve were harassed by sniper fire.[93]

13 March[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,[91] twice in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region.[94] By noon of 13 March two ceasefire violations were registered, at Avdiivka (at around 7:20 am), and at Marinka (at around 11:00 am); two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded.[94] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 12 March.[94] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported seven 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.[95] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded six Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, Zolote and Zholobok. Ukrainian forces at Krymske fired 72 rounds from 82 mm mortars at Sentianivka and Zholobok. Two pro-Russian soldiers were killed in action and another wounded.[96]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that no ceasefire violations were registered from noon to 6:00 pm.[97] By the end of the day total 2 ceasefire violations were registered in the area of Donetsk city, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. Ukrainian positions at Avdiivka were once again hit by small arms fire and anti-tank rockets, while hostile snipers harassed Ukrainian troops at Marinka.[98][99] A number of ceasefire violations was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked pro-Russian positions at Vasilyevka, Zhabicheve, Yasynuvata, Staromykhailivka and Volvo Center, in the environs of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Pikuzy. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka engaged pro-Russian forces at Staromykhailivka, while Yasynuvata and Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Dzerzhinsky opened fire on Gagarin mining complex. Ukrainian armoured fighting vehicles also attacked pro-Russian redoubts in the area between Sakhanka and Pikuzy. Pro-Russian troops at Vasilyevka were harassed by sniper fire.[100][101]

14 March[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;[98] on both occasions in Donetsk region, at Avdiivka and at Marinka.[102] By noon of 14 March two ceasefire violations were registered, at Travneve (Luhansk region) and at Bohdanivka (Donetsk region); the fire was returned.[102] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 13 March.[102] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[103] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded six Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian forces at Zolote, Zholobok and Sentianivka.[104]

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.[105] By the end of the no further ceasefire violations were registered, no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops at Bohdanivka were harassed with heavy machine gun fire from Petrovske. Fighting was also reported in the northern area of operations. Katerynivka received 82 mm mortar fire; Ukrainian BMP-1 armoured vehicles retaliated by engaging pro-Russian positions at Molodezhne. Both sides also exchanged fire around Luhanske; the village became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns and grenade launchers. Ukrainian forces returned fire on pro-Russian positions at Kalynivka with infantry weapons. Ukrainian troops at Maisk traded small arms fire with pro-Russian fighters at Holmivsky. The Ukrainian military claimed the destruction of a pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicle.[106][107] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city recorded several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire by evening. Kruta Balka, Yasynuvata and Volvo Center, in the surroundings of Donetsk city, Dolomitne and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Naberezhne and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[108]

15 March[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[106] (once in Donetsk and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[109]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[109] By noon of 15 March no ceasefire violations were registered.[109] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 14 March.[109] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[110] The same sources said that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire on 52 occasions in 20 different settlements over the past week, using 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles. One pro-Russian soldier was killed in action.[111] 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 and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles to attack pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Kalynivka and Lozove.[112]

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.[113] By the end of the day total 6 ceasefire violations were registered; with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[114][115] Three Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city by evening. Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Novoshyrokivske were shelled with automatic grenade launchers.[116][117]

16 March[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[114] (including twice in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[118]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[118] By noon of 16 March no ceasefire violations were registered.[118] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 15 March.[118] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded four violations of the truce by the Ukrainian military in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[119] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military 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 forces at Zholobok, Zolote, Sentianivka and Knyaz Igor memorial.[120]

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 2 occasions, at Vilnyi, killing one and wounding another Ukrainian soldier. The Ukrainian stronghold received fire from infantry weapons, anti-tank rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars.[121] By the end of the day no further ceasefire violations and casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[122] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces opened fire on Yasynuvata, Trudivske, Oleksandrivka, Spartak and Vasilyevka, in the environs of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske and Uzhivka. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Avdiivka engaged Ukrainian redoubts at Yasynuvata. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka raked Ukrainian positions at Trudivske with 30 mm autocannon gunfire, supported by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Oleksandrivka was hit by anti-tank rockets and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Elsewhere, pro-Russian forces received fire from automatic grenade launchers.[123]

17 March[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 2 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[122] on both occasions in Luhansk region; the fire was returned on all occasions.[124] By noon of 17 March no ceasefire violations were registered.[124] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1981) was killed and another was wounded in the Donbass region on 16 March.[124] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[125] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Zolote, Sentianivka and Kalynivka.[126]

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 6 occasions.[127] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered — one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1990[128]) was killed and two were wounded as a result.[129][130] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Vasilyevka, Trudivske, Yasynuvata and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar volleys hit Vasilyevka and Trudivske, while Yasynuvata, Novoshyrokivske, Sakhanka, Dolomitne and Volvo Center were shelled with 82 mm mortars. Sniper fire was reported at Zaitseve.[131]

18 March[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;[129] twice in Donetsk region and on 8 occasions in Luhansk region.[128] By noon of 18 March two ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[128] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two others were wounded in the Donbass region on 17 March.[128] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[132] 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, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Kalinivka, Sentianivka, Zholobok and Zolote.[133]

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. All the incidents took place in the northern area of operations. Katerynivka was repeatedly hit by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys. Ukrainian forces at Vilny received intense fire from small arms, heavy machine guns, sniper rifles, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars.[134] By the end of the day no further ceasefire violations were reported by the Ukrainian side.[135][136] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Ukrainian forces opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Yasynuvata, Staromykhailivka and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city. BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Avdiivka launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian redoubts at Yasynuvata supported by automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. The area of Volvo Center came under ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft gun fire, while BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka engaged pro-Russian forces at Staromykhailivka.[137]

19 March[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;[135] all that occurred in Luhansk region, twice at Vilnyi and once at Katerynivka.[138] By noon of 19 March two ceasefire violations were registered, both in Luhansk region.[138] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed in the Donbass region on 18 March.[138] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded seven 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.[139] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed 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 122 mm self-propelled guns to engage pro-Russian positions at Vuhlehirsk, Zolote, Smile, Kalynivka, Holubovske, Zholobok and Sentianivka.[140]

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.[141] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area of Donetsk city, Ukrainian troops at Marinka were harassed with heavy machine gun fire. In the northern sector of the demarcation line, Novoluhanske was hit by anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortar rounds. Novooleksandrivka and Novotoshkivke, meanwhile, received fire from anti-tank rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Krymske was struck by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys.[142][143] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. The Ukrainian military targeted Staromykhailivka, Yasynuvata, Trudivske, Spartak and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne and Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Novoshyrokivske. In the main incidents, Uzhivka, Holmivsky and Yasynuvata came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka, Marinka and Travneve engaged Ukrainian positions at Staromykhailivka, Trudivske and Dolomitne. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka also opened fire at Ukrainian forces around Staromykhailivka.[144]

20 March[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,[142] once in Donetsk and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region;[145] the fire was returned on 6 occasions.[145] By noon of 20 March three ceasefire violations were registered, at Lebedynske (at around 02:16 am), at Marinka, and at Novoluhanske; three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded as a result.[145] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 19 March.[145] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 16 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, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[146] Local sources reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce 12 times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, heavy machine guns, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and anti-tank guided missiles to attack pro-Russian forces at Kalynove-Borshchevate, Molodezhne, Sokolniki, Sentianivka, Lohvynove, Zholobok and Zolote. Two pro-Russian soldiers were killed in action and two others wounded.[147]

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.[148] By the end of the day total 11 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops at Lebedinske became the target of infantry weapons and rocket launchers, while snipers opened fire on Ukrainian positions at Marinka. In the northern area of operations, Novoluhanske was hit by anti-tank rockets, and 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys. Stary Aidar and Katerinivka received fire from heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, and 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. In the case of Katerinivka, Ukrainian forces were also harassed with small arms fire. Pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles engaged Ukrainian redoubts at Troitske supported by 120 mm mortar fire. Pischane came under 82 mm mortar fire while anti-tank guided missiles were fired at Vilnyi.[149][150] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces opened fire on Yasynuvata, Abakumove, Yakovlivka, Volvo Center and Vasilyevka, in the environs of Donetsk city, and Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka. Most incidents involved the use of mortars. Abakumove was hit by 120 mm mortar rounds, while 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Yakovlivka, Volvo Center and Holmivsky.[151]

21 March[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,[149] twice in Donetsk region and on 9 occasions in Luhansk region[152]; the fire was returned on several occasions.[152] By noon of 21 March two ceasefire violations were registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[152] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 20 March.[152] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[153] Local officials reported that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire 13 times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military 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 artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Smile, Lozove, Molodezhne, Kalynove-Borschevate, Kalynove, Zolote, Pervomaisk, Veselaya Hora and Obozne.[154]

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, killing one and wounding another Ukrainian soldier.[155] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, one more Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, the stronghold of Shyrokyne received small arms, heavy machine guns and sniper fire. Infantry weapons were used to harass Ukrainian troops at Avdiivka. In the northern area of operations, Krymske was shelled with 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars. Pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles from the separatist-held area of Zolote engaged Ukrainian positions at Vilnyi, supported by small arms, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. The Ukrainian-held area of Zolote became the target of small arms, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. Pivdenne was shelled from automatic grenade launchers. Small arms fire was reported at Stanytsia Luhanska. A pro-Russian armoured vehicle was destroyed by Ukrainian troops with an anti-tank guided missile.[156][157] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces opened fire on Yasynuvata, Trudivske, Oleksandrivka, Kruta Balka, Spartak, Volvo Center, Donetsk airport and Vasilyevka, in the environs of Donetsk city, and Izotove, in the area of Horlivka. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Donetsk airport was hit by 120 mm mortar rounds, while Volvo Center came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Marinka opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Trudivske. Kruta Balka and Spartak, received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[158]

22 March[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[156] (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[159]). By noon of 22 March three ceasefire violations were registered, all in Luhansk region; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[159] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another two were wounded in the Donbass region on 21 March.[159] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 17 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.[160] In the same briefing was revealed that Ukrainian troops broke the ceasefire on 68 occasions in 22 settlements over the past week using 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles. Three pro-Russian soldiers were killed and two wounded.[161] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Zolote, Kalynova and Sentianivka. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Zolote and Troitske launched intense attacks on the pro-Russian-held area of Zolote and Kalynove supported by automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars.[162]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, during the first 18 hours of the day pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions, rising the total number of Ukrainian casualties to one killed and another wounded by 6:00 pm.[163] By the end of the day no further ceasefire violations were reported by the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, the stronghold of Avdiivka was hit by anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortars, while sniper fire was recorded at Novomykhailivka. In the northern front, Novooleksandrivka was shelled with 82 mm and 120 mm mortars; Novozvanivka also became the target of 120 mm mortars. Nearby Zolote received fire from infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers.[164][165] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions on several occasions during the past day. Ukrainian forces engaged pro-Russian positions at Trudivske, Volvo Center and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Pikuzy. Volvo Center became the focal point of the attacks; pro-Russian forces there received heavy fire from small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Uzhivka, Pikuzy and Donetsk airport also became the target of 120 mm mortars. Trudivske and Gagarin mining complex were hit by 82 mm mortar volleys. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Dzerzhinsky opened fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Gagarin mining complex.[166]

23 March[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[164] (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[167]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[167] By noon of 23 March one ceasefire violation was registered, at Zolote-4; no casualties were reported.[167] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1971) was killed and another Ukrainian soldier was wounded in the Donbass region on 22 March.[167] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 14 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-aircraft guns, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[168] Local officials reported that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire 13 times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic. The Ukrainian military used automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Kalynove, Pervomaisk, Lozove and Kalynove-Borshchevate.[169]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm no further ceasefire violations by pro-Russian military were registered.[170] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops at Stepne were harassed with small arms fire, while Bohdanivka became the target of heavy machine guns. In the northern front, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles launched an attack on Ukrainian positions at Zolote supported by grenade launchers.[171] A number of ceasefire violations were reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city by evening. Ukrainian forces attacked pro-Russian positions at Mineralne, Staromykhailivka and Spartak, in the area around Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Spartak. Later in the evening, the same positions came under 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire.[172]

24 March[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,[171] twice in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region.[173] By noon of 24 March one ceasefire violation was registered, at Zolote-4, where mortars of 82 mm calibre were employed; the fire was not returned.[173] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 23 March.[173] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported six Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in five 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.[174] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles to engage pro-Russian positions at Zolote and Kalynivka.[175]

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 twice, at Zolote-4 and at Novoluhanske.[176] By the end of the day total 3 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. All the incidents occurred in the northern area of operations. Pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Popasna supported by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire. Zolote-4 and Novoluhanske became the target of 82 mm mortars.[177][178] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city. Trudivske, Vasilyevka, Oleksandrivka and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Dolomitne, where a civilian residence was heavily damaged. Pro-Russian forces at Donetsk airport received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Sakhanka was hit by anti-tank rocket fire. The water purification plant at Vasilyevka came once again under small arms and heavy machine gun fire.[179][180]

25 March[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,[177] all that occurred in Luhansk region.[181] By noon of 25 March two ceasefire violations were registered in Luhansk region; two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded.[181] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 24 March.[181] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-aircraft guns.[182] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian positions at Zolote, Sentianivka and Kalynove.[183]

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.[184] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered; with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the area around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, anti-tank rockets landed in the Ukrainian stronghold of Novomykhailivka, while heavy machine gun fire hit Ukrainian positions at Starohnativka and Krasnohorivka. Pro-Russian forces fired small arms and heavy machine guns at Lebedinske. In the northern front, Krymske was shelled with 82 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Ukrainian troops at Novotoshkivke became the target of infantry weapons, while small arms fire was reported at Luhanske.[185][186] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka, Mineralne, Staromykhailivka, Dokuchaievsk, Yakovlivka, Spartak, and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, Zaitseve, Mykhailivka and Izotove, in the area of Horlivka and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Novoshyrokivske, Pikuzy and Uzhivka came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Uzhivka was shelled with 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire. Pikuzy received heavy fire from 120 mm mortars; 120 mm mortar rounds also landed in Gagarin and Mykhailivka. BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Novotroitske launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian positions at Dokuchaievsk, supported by infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Krasnohorivka opened fire on Staromykhailivka. Novoshyrokivske, Zaitseve and Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Sniper fire was reported at Izotove. A civilian building was damaged at Dokuchaievsk.[187]

26 March[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[185] (including on 4 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[188]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[188] By noon of 26 March five ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded as a result.[188] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 25 March.[188] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded 19 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.[189] Local officials reported that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire seven times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military 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 forces at Sentianivka, Lohvynove, Kalynivka, Pervomaisk and Zholobok.[190]

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 14 occasions.[191] By the end of the day total 23 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Vodiane was hit by anti-tank rockets and 120 mm mortar rounds. Avdiivka was fired at from small arms, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers, while Chermalyk, Nikolaevka and Kamianka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian forces at Lebedinske became the target of infantry weapons and anti-tank rocket launchers. Vekhnyotoretske and Novotroitske were shelled with automatic grenade launchers. Infantry weapons were fired at Ukrainian troops in the area of Marinka. Butivka mining complex was hit by anti-tank rockets, and Krasnohorivka by heavy machine gun fire. In the northern front, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles launched an attack on Ukrainian positions at Novoluhanske supported by 120 mm mortar fire. Pro-Russian forces fired 120 mm mortars and launched anti-tank guided missiles at Krymske. anti-tank guided missiles were also launched at Troitske. Vilnyi, Katerinivka and Novozvanivka were hit by 82 mm mortar volleys.[192][193] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Vasilyevka, Olenivka, Oleksandrivka and Kruta Balka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported at Olenivka, which was hit by 120 mm mortar volleys and 152 mm artillery barrages. The pro-Russian checkpoint in the demarcation line was targeted. Dolomitne also came under 120 mm mortar fire. Uzhivka and Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Pro-Russian troops at Kruta Balka were harassed with sniper fire.[194]

27 March[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 23 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[192] (including on 17 occasions in Donetsk region and on 6 occasions in Luhansk region[195]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[195] By noon of 27 March two ceasefire violations were registered.[195] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 26 March.[195] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[196] 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, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, BMP-1 armoured vehicles, 122 mm and 152 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Zolote, Sentianivka, Zholobok, Almazne, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Donetskyi.[197]

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.[198] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops at Opitne became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, under-barrel launched grenades and 82 mm mortars. Hnutove was shelled with automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers, while Chermalyk received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian forces were harassed with heavy machine gun fire near Lebedinske. In the northern area of operations, heavy shelling was reported at Krymske; the area was hit by fire from 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles attacked Ukrainian positions at Novooleksandrivka supported by 120 mm mortar fire. Luhanske became the target of small arms, automatic grenade launchers and 120 mm mortars. Svitlodarsk was attacked by pro-Russian forces using heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[199][200] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Spartak, and Donetsk airport, in the environs of Donetsk city, in the area of Horlivka, Gagarin mining complex, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Ukrainian tanks from Pisky engaged pro-Russian redoubts at Donetsk airport, supported by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars; 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles were also fired at Pikuzy.[201]

28 March[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[199] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 8 occasions in Luhansk region[202]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[202] By noon of 28 March no ceasefire violations were registered.[202] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 27 March.[202] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city reported 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and tanks.[203] Local officials reported that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire seven times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military 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 forces at Hlubokyi, Lozove, Zholobok, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Smile.[204]

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 4 occasions.[205] By the end of the day total 7 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[206][207] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city. Trudivske, Yasynuvata, Vasilyevka, Dokuchaievsk, Spartak and Donetsk airport, and Uzhivka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Uzhivka was struck by 82 mm mortar barrages. A single 120 mm mortar round landed in Vasilyevka, while Spartak, Vasilyevka, Yasynuvata and Trudivske received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[208]

29 March[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[206] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[209]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[209] By noon of 29 March three ceasefire violations were registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[209] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 28 March.[209] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded eight 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 and 120 mm mortars.[210] The same sources said that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefire on 79 occasions in 21 locations over the past week using 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured fighting vehicles and 152 mm self-propelled artillery.[211] Four pro-Russian soldiers were killed in action on the same period.[212] 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, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Lohvynove, Lozove, Sokolniki and Zholobok.[213]

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, killing one and wounding two Ukrainian servicemen.[214] By the end of the day total 19 ceasefire violations were registered, another two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Shyrokyne was became the target of infantry weapons, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars. Avdiivka and Vodiane were shelled with 82 mm mortars, while Verkhnyotoretske was hit by small arms fire and automatic grenade launchers. Ukrainian forces at Lebedinske received fire from 73 mm anti-tank rifles. Ukrainian troops at Pavlopil were meanwhile harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern front, pro-Russian BMP-1 armoured vehicles launched an attack on Ukrainian positions at Troitske and Novooleksandrivka supported by 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery. Troitske was also hit by 82 mm mortar rounds. Pro-Russian forces also fired 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery at Krymske. Self-propelled 152 mm guns opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Popasna. Vilnyi came under 120 mm mortar fire, while Zolote was hit by anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortar rounds. Small arms fire was reported at Zaitseve.[215] BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Novotroitske and Kamianka engaged Ukrainian positions at Dokuchaievsk and Kruta Balka.[216]

30 March[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 19 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[215] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk and on 12 occasions in Luhansk region[217]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[217] By noon of 30 March one ceasefire violation was registered, at Avdiivka, at around 10:20 am — one Ukrainian soldier was wounded as a result.[217] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and four were wounded in the Donbass region on 29 March.[217] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded nine 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 and armoured fighting vehicles.[218] Local sources reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce eight times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Kalynove, Kalinivka, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Sentianivka, Sokolniki, Zolote, Zholobok and Veselehorivka.[219]

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 twice.[220] By the end of the day total 6 ceasefire violations were registered, another Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Avdiivka became the target of small arms and automatic grenade launchers. Ukrainian positions at Pisky received fire from small arms and heavy machine guns. In the northern front, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Novoluhanske, while 82 mm mortar volleys were fired at Novotoshkivke.[221][222] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were recorded by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city. Spartak, Vasilyevka, Mineralne, Staromykhailivka, Volvo Center and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Pikuzy and Ukrayinske, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Pikuzy was hit by 120 mm mortar volleys. Avdiivka, Pikuzy and Zaitseve were shelled with 82 mm mortars, while Vasilyevka and Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Sniper fire was reported at Mineralne.[223]

31 March[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[221] (including on 3 occasions both in Donetsk and in Luhansk region[224]). By noon of 31 March one 35 minutes lasting ceasefire violation was registered, at Lebedynske, at around 8:25 am, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[224] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 30 March.[224] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 18 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 11 locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[225] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, Sokolniki and Zholobok.[226]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by 6:00 pm no further ceasefire violations were recorded by the Ukrainian side.[227] The situation remained unchanged until the end of the day[228][229] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Yasynuvata, Kashtanove, Spartak and Donetsk airport, in the environs of Donetsk city, in the area of Horlivka, Zaitseve, Holmivsky and Dolomitne, and, Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Sakhanka, Dolomitne and Holmivsky received heavy fire from 120 mm mortars, while nearby Zaitseve was hit by 82 mm mortar volleys and 73 mm anti-tank rounds. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pisky engaged pro-Russian positions at Donetsk airport. Kashtanove was fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[230] One pro-Russian soldier was killed in action and two civilian residents were wounded at Zaitseve.[231]

April[edit]

1 April[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire with small arms and heavy machine guns on one occasion on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[228] at Lebedynske, in Donetsk region.[232] By noon of 1 April one ceasefire violation was registered, at Krymske, where one Ukrainian soldier was wounded by small arms fire and anti-tank rockets.[232] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on the last day of March.[232] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded ten 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, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[233] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Smile and Lozove.[234]

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.[235] By the end of the day total 18 ceasefire violations were registered, two more Ukrainian servicemen were wounded. In the area around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, Verkhnyotoretske came under 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire. In the northern sector of operations, Ukrainian redoubts at Krymske received fire from infantry weapons, rocket launchers 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars. Zaitseve was meanwhile the target of heavy machine guns, several types of grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. Novoluhanske was pounded by 120 mm mortar rounds, while heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers were fired at Zolote, Vilnyi, Novoluhanske and Novotoshkivke.[236][237] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Yasynuvata, Dokuchaievsk and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Mykhailivka, Verkhnyotoretske, Izotove, Holmivsky, Dolomitne and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and Uzhivka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Dolomitne, Zaitseve, Mykhailivka, Holmivsky and Uzhivka were hit by 120 mm mortar barrages. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Novotroitske launched an attack on pro-Russian positions at Dokuchaievsk supported by infantry weapons, automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian forces at Yasynuvata. Damage on civilian property was reported at Izotove, Dokuchaievsk, Holmivsky, Dolomitne and Zaitseve.[238]

2 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 18 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[236] (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and on 13 occasions in Luhansk region[239]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[239] By noon of 2 April one ceasefire violation was registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[239] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on the first day of April.[239] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 14 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.[240] Local sources reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce seven times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles, BMP-2 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian forces at Holubovske, Zholobok, Smile, Sentianivka and Zolote.[241]

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, killing two and wounding two Ukrainian servicemen.[242] By the end of the day total 15 ceasefire violations were registered; no further casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[243][244] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Mineralne, Yasynuvata, Spartak, and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Khreshchatytske and Bezimenne came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Butivka opened fire on Ukrainian positions at Spartak, supported by 120 mm mortars. Mineralne and Sakhanka were hit by 82 mm mortar rounds. Donetsk airport and Mineralne also received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[245]

3 April[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 15 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[243] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk and on 7 occasions in Luhansk region[246]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[246] By noon of 3 April no ceasefire violations were registered.[246] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were killed and another two were wounded in the Donbass region on 2 April.[246] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded 12 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, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[247] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Kalynove, Sokolniki, Holubovske, Sentianivka and Knyaz Igor memorial.[248]

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.[249] By the end of the day total 6 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the outskirts of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol (eastern area of operations), Lebedynske and Novotroitske received fire from heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. In the northern front, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys landed in Krymske, while Novoluhanske came under 82 mm mortar fire. Ukrainian troops at Stanytsia Luhanska were harassed with small arms fire.[250][251] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Mineralne, Dokuchaievsk and Yasynuvata, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Ukrayinske and Sosnovske came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Gagarin mining complex was hit by 120 mm mortar volleys, while Sakhanka came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pavlopil engaged pro-Russian forces at Ukrayinske. Mineralne, Dokuchaievsk, Yasynuvata and Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[252]

4 April[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[250] (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[253]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[253] By noon of 4 April two ceasefire violations were registered, at Lebedynske, where 120 and 82 mm mortar rounds landed.[253] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 3 April.[253] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven 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.[254] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed heavy machine guns, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, Zholobok, Smile and Lohvynove.[255]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that by from 00:01 am to 6:00 pm pro-Russian military had opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops on 6 occasions.[256] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[257][258] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions by evening. Zhabicheve, Spartak and Dokuchaievsk, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Dzerzhinske, Sakhanka and Pikuzy, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Sakhanka, that also became the target of an anti-tank guided missile; nearby Pikuzy was hit by 120 mm mortar volleys. Dzerzhinske and Spartak received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[259]

5 April[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[257] (including on 9 occasions in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region[260]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[260] By noon of 5 April three ceasefire violations were registered, all in Donetsk region; with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[260] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action in the Donbass region on 4 April.[260] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven 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.[261] The same sources said that there were 78 violations of the ceasefire over the past week; the Ukrainian military used 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles to attack Ukrainian positions at 23 locations during the same period.[262] Local officials reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce five times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to shell pro-Russian positions at Lohvynove, Kirovsk, Sentianivka and Smile.[263]

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 8 occasions — two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded by sniper bullets as a result.[264] By the end of the day total 17 ceasefire violations were registered; one Ukrainian serviceman was killed. In the eastern area of operations, between Donetsk city and the region of Mariupol, Pisky and Avdiivka became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, snipers and 120 mm mortars. Ukrainian positions ant Pisky were hit by anti-tank rockets while Avdiivka received fire from automatic grenade launchers. Lebedynske was shelled with 120 mm mortars supported by heavy machine gun fire; 120 mm mortar rounds also landed in Vodiane. Pro-Russian BMP-2 armoured vehicles attacked Pavlopil supported by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire, anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortars. Ukrainian troops at Novotroitske were targeted by infantry weapons, while sniper fire was reported at Pisky and Marinka. In the northern area of operations, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys struck Zaitseve. Ukrainian positions at Novooleksandrivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars. Novoluhanske was shelled with 120 mm mortars while 82 mm mortars were fired at Zolote. Heavy machine gun fire was reported at Pivdenne.[265][266] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces broke the ceasefires on a number of occasions by evening. Trudivske, Volvo Center, Spartak, Yasynuvata and Dokuchaievsk, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and Pikuzy, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported at Spartak, which was repeatedly hit by 82 mm mortar volleys. Holmivsky became the target of 120 mm mortars, while Kominternove, Volvo Center and Yasynuvata came under 82 mm mortar fire. Ukrainian troops at Pikuzy were harassed with sniper fire.[267]

6 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 17 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[265] (including on 12 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[268]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[268] By noon of 6 April five ceasefire violations were registered.[268] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1972) was killed and another two were wounded in the Donbass region on 5 April.[268] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 20 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade lanchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars.[269] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Lozove, Sokolniki, Sentianivka and Zholobok.[270]

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; no casualties were reported on the Ukrainian side.[271] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered; two Ukrainian servicemen were killed. In the eastern area of operations, between Donetsk city and the region of Mariupol, Pavlopil was hit by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys. Ukrainian positions at Avdivka were meanwhile pounded with small arms fire, anti-tank rockets and 82 mm mortar rounds. Pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Pisky supported by heavy machine gun fire. Opytne and Starohnativka received fire from heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Shyrokyne became the target of heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers. Avdiivka and Chermalyk were hit by 73 mm anti-tank rounds, and Krasnohorivka was shelled with automatic grenade launchers. In the northern area of operations, 120 mm mortar volleys struck Zaitseve. Zolote was attacked with heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars; Vilnyi received fire from heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars.[272] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Yasynuvata, Dokuchaievsk, Vesele, Zhabicheve, Oleksandrivka, Staromykhailivka, Trudivske, Mineralne and Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, Novoshyrokivske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Trudivske and Zhabicheve were hit by 82 mm and 120 mm mortar barrages. Yasynuvata, Novoshyrokivske and Staromykhailivka were also hit by 120 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Dzerzhinskee engaged Ukrainian positions at Gagarin mining complex. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Opytne, Butivka and Avdiivka opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Vesele, Spartak and Yasynuvata. Oleksandrivka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. A civilian residence was damaged at Gagarin.[273]

7 April[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[272] (including on 10 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[274]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[274] By noon of 7 April three ceasefire violations were registered; with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[274] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen (born in 1996 and in 1997) were killed in the Donbass region on 6 April.[274] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 18 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.[275] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles, tanks and 152 mm self-propelled artillery to pound pro-Russian forces at Pryshyb, Kalynove, Sentianivka, Nyzhnie Lozove and Khoroshche. Ukrainian tanks from Krymske engaged pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, while 152 mm artillery volleys struck Kryakivka.[276]

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 8 occasions, wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[277] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[278][279] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city at evening. Yasynuvata and Kruta Balka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Mykhailivka, in the area of Horlivka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Novoshyrokivske, came under attack. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar volleys landed in Mykhailivka, while Sakhanka and Novoshyrokivske became the target of 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[280][281]

8 April[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[278] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[282]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[282] By noon of 8 April four ceasefire violations were registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[282] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 7 April.[282] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded six Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in five locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars.[281] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zholobok, Zolote, Kalynove, Pryshyb and Kalynove.[283]

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 soldiers.[284] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, one more Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[285][286] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Yasynuvata, Staromykhailivka, Trudivske, Spartak and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and, Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Zaitseve came under 82 mm and 120 mm mortar fire; Volvo Center also received fire from 120 mm mortars, while 82 mm mortar barrages hit Staromykhailivka and Spartak. Pro-Russian forces fired 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles at Spartak, Staromykhailivka and Zaitseve. Two civilians were injured at Staromykhailivka and Zaitseve.[287]

9 April[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[285] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[288]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[288] By noon of 9 April four ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side; the fire was returned on all occasions.[288] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian servicemen (born in 1971) was killed and three others were wounded in the Donbass region on 8 April.[288] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 18 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 and 120 mm mortars.[289] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded 11 Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Pryshyb, Sentianivka, Kalynove, Pervomaisk, Zholobok and Holubovske.[290]

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 8 occasions.[291] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern front, in the surroundings of Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Pavlopil supported by anti-tank rocket launchers and 120 mm mortars. Pisky was shelled with 120 mm mortars, while Shyrokyne received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars. Hnutove was hit by heavy machine gunfire and anti-tank rockets. Pro-Russian forces fired small arms and grenade launchers at Ukrainian troops near Avdiivka. Verkhnyotoretske received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the northern sector of operations, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar volleys landed in Katerinivka, while Novooleksandrivka was shelled with 120 mm mortars. Nearby Zolote came under small arms and 82 mm mortar fire.[292][293] One Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1979) of the State Emergency Service was killed and two others were injured by explosion of unidentified explosive device at Zaitseve at around 10:30 am.[294][295] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka, Zhabicheve, Staromykhailivka, Volvo Center, Yakovlivka, Spartak, and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, Holmivsky and 6/7 mining complex, in the area of Horlivka and, in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Ukrayinske, Sosnovske and Uzhivka came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Sakhanka was hit by 120 mm mortar fire. BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky attacked pro-Russian positions at Zhabicheve, and BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pavlopil and Novoluhanske opened fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Ukrayinske and Holmivsky, respectively. Yakovlivka and 6/7 mining complex received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[296][297]

10 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 13 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[292] (including on 9 occasions in Donetsk and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region[295][294]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[295] By noon of 10 April two ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[295] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no combat related casualties in the Donbass region on 9 April.[295] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in nine locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[298] Local sources reported that Ukrainian forces broke the truce 11 times within the boundaries of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's republic. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles, and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to attack pro-Russian forces at Pryshyb, Sentianivka, Kalynove, Pervomaisk, Zholobok and Holubovske.[299]

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 6 occasions, wounding two Ukrainian soldiers.[300] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[301][302] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Trudivske, Vasilyevka and Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka, and Sosnovske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported at Sosnovske, where Ukrainian redoubts were hit by 120 mm mortar rounds. Intense shelling was registered likewise in Zaitseve, struck by 82 mm mortar barrages: 82 mm mortar rounds also landed in Spartak and Dolomitne. Ukrainian armoured fighting vehicles opened fire on pro-Russian positions near Vasilyevka, which also received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[303][304]

11 April[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[301] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[305]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[305][306] By noon of 11 April six ceasefire violations were registered; three Ukrainian soldiers were wounded.[305] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 10 April.[305][306] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[307] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Kalynove and Kalynove-Borshchevate.[308]

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; another five Ukrainian soldiers were wounded as a result.[309] By the end of the day total 20 ceasefire violations were registered, Ukrainian casualties amounted to one serviceman killed and eight others wounded. In the eastern area of operations, around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian BMP-2 armoured vehicles attacked the Ukrainian stronghold of Pavlopil supported by small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles. Vodiane and Avdiivka received fire from small arms and automatic grenade launchers. Novoselivka and Novotroitske became the target of infantry weapons, grenade launchers and anti-tank guided missiles. Hnutove was fired at from small arms and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian positions at Lebedynske were hit by heavy machine gun fire, automatically launched grenades, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles rounds and 120 mm mortar fire. In the northern front, 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Katerinivka.[310][311] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka, Zhabicheve, Staromykhailivka, Volvo Center, Trudivske, Yasynuvata and Dokuchaievsk, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Holmivsky and Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka and Ukrayinske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Dolomitne, Ukrayinske and Trudivske were shelled with 120 mm mortars, while Vasilyevka came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Novoselivka and Kamianka attacked pro-Russian positions at Vasilyevka, while BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pisky opened fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Zhabicheve.[312] The water purification facilities at Vasilyevka and a civilian residence at Holmivsky were targeted.[313] A Ukrainian attempt to break through the demarcation line between Shyrokyne and Sakhanka was beaten off by pro-Russian forces. One Ukrainian soldier was taken prisoner.[314]

12 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 20 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[310] (including on 19 occasions in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region[315]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[315] By noon of 12 April four ceasefire violations were registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[315] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1989) was killed and another eight were wounded in the Donbass region on 11 April.[315] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 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 mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[313] In the same briefing Eduard Basurin announced that the Ukrainian military broke the ceasefire on 100 occasions in 20 settlements over the past week. They used 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles and fired 194 shells, 89 of them from 120 mm mortars.[316][317] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Lozove, Pryshyb, Pervomaisk, Sentianivka, Kalynove and Kalynove-Borshchevate.[318]

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 9 occasions; no casualties on the Ukrainian side were reported.[319] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two were wounded.[320][321] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Dokuchaievsk, Kruta Balka, Zhabicheve, Oleksandrivka, Staromykhailivka, Trudivske and Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Dolomitne and Gagarin mining complex, in the area of Horlivka, and, Novoshyrokivske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Sakhanka, Uzhivka, Novoshyrokivske and Staromykhailivka were hit by 120 mm mortar fire; 82 mm mortar volleys hit meanwhile Spartak, Kruta Balka and Uzhivka. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Verkhnyotoretske, Krasnohorivka, Pisky and Avdiivka opened fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Mykhailivka, Staromykhailivka, Zhabicheve and Spartak. Anti-tank guided missiles hit Staromykhailivka and Spartak, that also received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Sakhanka was fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[322]

13 April[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[320] (including on 11 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[323]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[323] By noon of 13 April three ceasefire violations were registered.[323] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another two were wounded in the Donbass region on 13 April.[323] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 23 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in 15 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, armoured fighting vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery.[324] Two pro-Russian soldiers were killed in action.[325] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine 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, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, anti-tank guided missiles and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Pryshyb, Donetskyi, Zolote, Kalynove and Sentianivka.[326]

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.[327] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[328] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka, Volvo Center, Staromykhailivka, Dokuchaievsk, Oleksandrivka, Trudivske, Zhabicheve, and Mineralne, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under attack. In the main incidents, Mineralne became the target of 82 mm mortars. Oleksandrivka, Volvo Center, Kamianka and Trudivske received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles from Novotroitske attacked pro-Russian positions at Dokuchaievsk. Sniper fire was reported at Oleksandrivka.[329]

14 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 14 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[328] (including on 11 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[330]); the fire was returned on all occasions.[330] By morning of 14 April (as of 11:00 am) no ceasefire violations were registered.[330] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 13 April.[330] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 12 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight 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.[331] Officials 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, BMP-1 and BMP-2 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Nyzhnie Lozove and Kalynove.[332]

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 four occasions, wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[333] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern area of operations, between Donetsk city and the region of Mariupol, Ukrainian positions at Avdivka were hit by 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifle fire. Vodiane became the target of small arms, heavy machine guns, anti-tank rocket launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Nevelske and Shyrokyne were shelled with automatic grenade launchers. In the northern area of operations, pro-Russian forces launched anti-tank guided missiles at Krymske. Zolote was shelled with 82 mm mortars. Novotoshkivke received fire from small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers; automatic grenade launchers were also fired at Novoluhanske.[334][335] A number of incidents were reported during the day by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city. Ukrainian forces attacked pro-Russian positions at Staromykhailivka, Trudivske and Dokuchaievsk, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Uzhivka, in the region of Mariupol. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons. Staromykhailivka was hit by 82 mm mortar rounds, while Uzhivka became the target of automatic grenade launchers. A civilian apartment was damaged by heavy machine gun fire at Dokuchaievsk.[336]

15 April[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[334] (on 5 occasions both in Donetsk and in Luhansk region[337]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[337] By noon 15 April three ceasefire violations were registered.[337] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 14 April.[337] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded eight Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in five locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars.[338] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported six Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian positions at Sentianivka, Zholobok, Zolote, Pryshyb and Kalynove.[339] A 12-year girl was wounded by shelling at Zolote.[340]

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.[341] By the end of the day a total of 12 ceasefire violations were registered, no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side. In the eastern area of operations, around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian forces shelled Avdiivka with 82 mm and 120 mm mortars; 120 mm mortar volleys also hit Novoselivka, while 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Lebedynske. Nevelske, Lebedynske, Vodiane and Avdiivka received fire from infantry weapons and grenade launchers. In the northern front, Ukrainian troops at Nikolaevka were harassed with small arms fire.[342][343] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Dokuchaievsk, Abakumove, Vesele, Yasynuvata, Kruta Balka, Trudivske, Staromykhailivka and Spartak, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Vesele, Yasynuvata and Dokuchaievsk were hit by 120 mm mortar fire; 82 mm mortar volleys hit meanwhile Spartak, Kruta Balka and Abakumove. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Verkhnyotoretske, Krasnohorivka, Pisky and Avdiivka opened fire on pro-Russian redoubts at Mykhailivka, Staromykhailivka, Zhabicheve and Spartak. Pro-Russian forces fired ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns at Staromykhailivka, while Spartak and Sakhanka received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[344][345]

16 April[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[342] (including on 11 occasions in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region[346]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[346] By noon of 16 April two ceasefire violations were registered, both at Hnutove.[346] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 15 April.[346] Pro-Russian sources 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 and anti-aircraft guns.[345] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded two Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers to attack pro-Russian positions at Zolote and Kalynove.[347]

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 5 occasions; no casualties were reported.[348] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered; two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded. In the eastern area of operations, around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, the Ukrainian stronghold of Hnutove was shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars; Talakivka was also hit by 120 mm mortar rounds. Ukrainian positions at Marinka became the target of infantry weapons, automatic grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. Small arms and grenade launchers were also used to attack Ukrainian forces at Shyrokyne, Lebedynske and Novotroitske. In the northern front, infantry weapons were used to harass Ukrainian forces at Zaitseve and Vilnyi.[349][350] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Vasilyevka, Trudivske and Dokuchaievsk, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Holmivsky and, in the region of Mariupol, Pikuzy, Uzhivka and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Vasilyevka and Trudivske were shelled with 120 mm mortars, while Pikuzy, Sakhanka and Trudivske came under 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Berezove engaged pro-Russian positions at Dokuchaievsk.[351]

17 April[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[349] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[352]); the fire was returned on almost all of the occasions.[352] By noon of 17 April one ceasefire violation was registered, at Lebedynske, where Ukrainian positions were targeted from automatic grenade launchers from 07:30 am till 08:00 am.[352] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 16 April.[352] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven 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.[353] No violations of the ceasefire were reported by local authorities in the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic.[354]

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.[355] By the end of the day total 8 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern theatre of operations, 82 mm mortar volleys landed in Mykhailivka and Vodiane. Mykhailivka, along with Shyrokyne and Lebedynske, also became the target of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. BMP-2 armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Pavlopil and Pisky. Ukrainian troops at Novoselivka were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern front, heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles were fired at Svitlodarsk.[356][357] A series of Ukrainian violations of the truce was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Trudivske, Yasinovataya, Zhabichevo, Dokuchaevsk, Spartak, Volvo Center and Kruta Balka, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Sakhanka, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, pro-Russian forces launched an anti-tank guided missile at Kruta Balka, while 82 mm mortar volleys struck Spartak and Yasynuvata. Zhabicheve and Yasynuvata received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[358]

18 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 8 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day,[356] all that occurred in Donetsk region.[359] By noon of 18 April three ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[359] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 17 April.[359] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded 12 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 and anti-tank guided missiles.[360] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars to attack pro-Russian positions at Zolote, Pryshyb and Sentianivka.[361]

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 4 occasions.[362] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered.[363] In the eastern front, pro-Russian tanks from Verhnioshyrokivske opened fire on Ukrainian redoubts at Pavlopil at around 06:27 pm; the same location became the target of 82 mm mortars. Small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers were used to attack positions of Ukrainian army at Vodiane, Pisky, Lebedinske, Pavlopil and Talakivka. In the northern theatre Svitlodarsk received fire from heavy machine guns and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Krymske was meanwhile hit by anti-tank rocket launchers.[364] The Ukrainian side reported no further casualties.[363] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Vesele, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Shyroka Balka, and, in the region of Mariupol, Novoshyrokivske, Pikuzy, Ukrayinske and Sakhanka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 82 mm mortar volleys struck Shyroka Balka and Ukrayinske. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Pavlopil engaged pro-Russian positions at Novoshyrokivske and Ukrayinske. Shyroka Balka and Pikuzy received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[365]

19 April[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[363] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[364]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[364] By noon of 19 April two ceasefire violations were registered.[364] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 18 April.[364] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven 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.[366] The same sources reported 91 violations of the ceasefire over the past week. The Ukrainian military opened fire on 20 different locations along the demarcation line; they fired four 122 mm artillery rounds and 178 shells from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. They also employed armoured fighting vehicles and rocket launchers.[367] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic reported four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, under-barrel launched grenades, automatic grenade launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Zolote.[368] The explosion of an improvised device severely wounded a civilian in the area of Pankivka.[369]

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 7 times, employing mortars of 120 and 82 mm calibres on 4 occasions.[370] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered, no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[371] A series of Ukrainian violations of the truce was reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. Vasilyevka and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and, in the region of Mariupol, Uzhivka and Novoshyrokivske, came under hostile fire. Most incidents involved the use of infantry weapons and automatic grenade launchers. Ukrainian artillery from Pavlopil shelled Novoshyrokivske with 152 mm self-propelled guns,[372] according to pro-Russian sources, to support a Ukrainian raid in the area. The incursion was repelled by pro-Russian troops, who lost one officer and two ratings killed in action,[373] one of them a female military nurse.[374]

20 April[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[371] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk and twice in Luhansk region[375]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[375] By noon of 20 April four ceasefire violations were registered, all in Donetsk region.[375] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 19 April.[375] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 152 mm self-propelled artillery.[376] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military used small arms, 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 forces at Zolote, Kalynove and Holubovske.[377] A Ukrainian drone was shot down by pro-Russian forces over Zolote.[378]

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 7 occasions.[379] By the end of the day total 10 ceasefire violations were registered; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side. In the eastern area of operations, around Donetsk city and in the region of Mariupol, pro-Russian forces shelled Pavlopil with 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. Pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian redoubts at Pavlopil supported by 82 mm mortar fire. Avdiivka and Pisky received fire from infantry weapons, anti-tank rocket launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian positions at Hnutove were hit by small arms and heavy machine gun fire. In the northern front, heavy shelling was reported at Zolote, which came under intense 120 mm mortar fire.[380][381] Pro-Russian officials from Donetsk city told the press that pro-Russian forces received fire from Ukrainian positions in a number of occasions throughout the day. Vesele, Zhabicheve and Spartak, in the environs of Donetsk city, and Sosnovske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Spartak was shelled with 82 mm mortars. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pavlopil attacked pro-Russian positions at Sosnovske, while Zhabicheve received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[382]

21 April[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[380] (including on 9 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region[383]). By noon of 21 April no ceasefire violations were registered.[383] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 20 April.[383] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four 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.[384] Two Ukrainian violations of the truce were recorded by local authorities within the borders of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic. Ukrainian forces shelled Kryakivka and Kalynove with 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.[385]

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, at Katerynivka; one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.[386] By the end of the day total 2 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side.[387][388] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Spartak, Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka, Yakovliivka, Trudivske and Zhabicheve, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Yasynuvata, Zhabicheve and Trudivske were hit by 82 mm mortar volleys, while BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian positions at Spartak.[389]

On this date general elections were held in Ukraine. Servant of the People party's candidate Volodymyr Zelensky was elected president, winning a clear victory over incumbent president Petro Poroshenko with more than 70% support.[390][391]

22 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 2 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day;[387] both occasions occurred in Luhansk region.[392] By noon of 22 April nine ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman (born in 1998) was killed and another Ukrainian soldier was wounded as a result.[392] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 21 April.[392] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in six locations using small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[393] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five 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, 82 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Sentianivka, Lozove and Kalynove.[394]

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 more occasions (totalling 11 reported violations in 18 hours), with no further casualties reported by the Ukrainian side.[395] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered, another two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded.[396][397] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, Oleksandrivka, Mineralne, Volvo Center and Donetsk airport came under attack. Hostile fire was also reported at Zaichenko, in the region of Mariupol. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds hit Volvo Center. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged pro-Russian positions at Mineralne, supported by 82 mm mortar fire. Zaichenko was shelled with automatic grenade launchers.[398]

23 April[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[396] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and on 8 occasions in Luhansk region[399]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[399] By noon of 23 April two ceasefire violations were registered, at Hnutove and at Pisky.[399] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another three were wounded in the Donbass region on 22 April.[399] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported seven 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 and armoured fighting vehicles.[400] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military 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 forces at Pervomaisk, Kalynove, Sokolniki, Molodezhne and Sentianivka. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Zolote launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian positions at Pervomaisk, supported by 82 mm mortars, while 120 mm mortar barrages fired from Troitske hit Pervomaisk.[401]

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 — one Ukrainian soldier was killed, another was wounded as a result.[402] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern area of operations, Ukrainian positions at Hnutove received fire from heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars. Pro-Russian forces opened fire with heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars at Verkhnyotoretske. Small arms and automatic grenade launchers were fired at Marinka, and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles were fired at Bohdanivka and Chermalyk. Ukrainian redoubts at Pisky were hit by heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank rockets. In the northern front, heavy machine gun fire was reported at Luhanske, while Ukrainian troops at Pivdenne were harassed with small arms and sniper fire.[403][404] Pro-Russian authorities recorded a number of Ukrainian violations of the truce by evening, all of them in the area of Donetsk city. Trudivske, Spartak, Vasilyevka and Mineralne came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Trudivske, while Spartak received fire from 82 mm mortars and ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Pro-Russian positions at Mineralne were fired at from anti-tank rocket launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[405]

24 April[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[403] (including on 7 occasions in Donetsk and twice in Luhansk region[406]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[406] By noon of 24 April four ceasefire violations were registered.[406] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another soldier was wounded in the Donbass region on 23 April.[406] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-aircraft guns.[407] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars to engage pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Veselehorivka and Sentianivka.[408]

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; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[409] By the end of the day total 14 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded.[410][411] A series of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Spartak, Vasilyevka, Mineralne, Vesele, Dokuchaievsk, Trudivske and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka, and Novoshyrokivske, in the region of Mariupol, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, Spartak became the target of 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Dokuchaievsk, Trudivske and Volvo Center were hit by 120 mm mortar volleys. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Pishchevik launched a sustained attack on pro-Russian positions at Novoshyrokivske supported by 82 mm mortar fire. BMP-2 armoured vehicles from the northern sector of Zaitseve opened fire on pro-Russian forces in the same location with their 30 mm autocannons. Oleksandrivka, Vesele and Spartak received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[412] A Ukrainian drone was shot down by anti-aircraft artillery over Novoshyrokivske while directing BMP-1 and mortar fire on pro-Russian redoubts in the area.[413]

25 April[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[410] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and on 8 occasions in Luhansk region[414]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[414] By noon of 25 April six ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side.[414] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 24 April.[414] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city reported 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations using small arms, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers and armoured fighting vehicles.[415] 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, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and 122 mm self-propelled artillery to engage pro-Russian forces at Kalynove, Kalynove-Borshchevate and Lohvynove.[416]

According to the information provided by the press-centre of the JFO in the evening, from noon to 6:00 pm no further ceasefire violations were registered.[417] By the end of the day total 9 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern area of operations, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Pavlopil; Ukrainian forces returned fire with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Hnutove and Lebedynske became the target of infantry weapons, automatic grenade launchers and anti-tank rocket launchers, while small arms and heavy machine gun fire was reported at Talakivka. Pisky came under attack from heavy machine guns, 120 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles. In the northern front, Krymske was shelled with automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars. Ukrainian armoured fighting vehicles fired back.[418][419] A number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Oleksandrivka, Vasilyevka, Yasynuvata and Volvo Center, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Novoshyrokivske, in the region of Mariupol, came under attack. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Volvo Center. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Avdiivka engaged Ukrainian positions at Yasynuvata, supported by intense 82 mm mortar fire. Oleksandrivka was fired at from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[420]

An OSCE medium-range drone was lost to electronic countermeasures while flying near Lebedynske, in the region of Mariupol.[421]

26 April[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[418] (including on 8 occasions in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region[422]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[422] By noon of 26 April three ceasefire violations were registered.[422] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 25 April.[422] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded seven Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four 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.[423] There was a total of 57 incidents in 18 settlements over the past week, some of them involving the use of banned weapons such as 122 mm self-propelled artillery, 120 mm mortars, 82 mm mortars and armoured fighting vehicles. Three pro-Russian soldiers were killed in action on the same period.[424] The Donetsk People's Republic ombudsman later put that number at nine.[425] Authorities from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded five Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and anti-tank guided missiles to attack pro-Russian positions at Lozove, Kalinove, Sentianivka, Kalinove-Borshchevate and Pryshyb.[426]

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 13 occasions, wounding two Ukrainian soldiers.[427][428] By the end of the day total 23 ceasefire violations were registered, with no further casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern theatre of operations, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles attacked Pavlopil supported by infantry weapons, automatic grenade launchers and 120 mm mortars. Marinka became the target of heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, anti-tank rocket launchers and anti-tank guided missiles. Avdiivka and Pisky were shelled by 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. In the northern front, pro-Russian armoured fighting vehicles engaged Ukrainian positions at Krymske. Luhanske was hit by 120 mm mortar rounds, while Svitlodarsk came under 82 mm mortar fire.[429][430] Several Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire was reported by pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city. Spartak, Yasynuvata, Oleksandrivka, Vasilyevka, Vesele, Volvo Center and Donetsk airport, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, heavy shelling was reported at Yasynuvata and Spartak, where Ukrainian positions were hit by 120 mm and 82 mm mortar barrages. BMP-1 armoured fighting vehicles from Pisky opened fire on the area of Volvo Center. Oleksandrivka received fire from ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. The purification water plant at Vasilyevka came once again under the combined fire of 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 82 mm mortars.[431][432]

27 April[edit]

The spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters reported in the morning, that pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 23 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[429] (including on 18 occasions in Donetsk region and on 5 occasions in Luhansk region[433]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[433] By noon of 27 April three ceasefire violations were registered, all in Donetsk region.[433] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in action in the Donbass region on 26 April.[433] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded 15 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven 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.[434] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded 12 Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military employed 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, BMP-1 armoured vehicles and anti-tank guided missiles to engage pro-Russian forces at Lozove, Pryshyb, Molodezhne, Molochne, Krasnyi Lyman, Zholobok, Kalynove and Sentianivka.[435] Two 9M113 Konkurs anti-tank guided missiles were launched by a 9P148 tank destroyer vehicle from Svitlodarsk at Lozove and Molochne, were a civilian residence was hit.[436]

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 5 occasions; no casualties were reported by the Ukrainian side.[437] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded. In the eastern front, 82 mm mortar rounds struck Pavlopil. Chermalyk became the target of ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft guns. Lebedynske, Novoselivka, Krasnohorivka, Novotroitske, Pavlopil, Chermalyk, Pisky and Pyshchevik received fire from small arms, heavy machine guns and rocket launchers. In the northern front, Luhanske was shelled with 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Heavy machine gun fire was reported at Yuzhne, while Ukrainian troops were harassed with small arms fire.[438] A number of Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, Vesele, Spartak and Oleksandrivka came under attack. Hostile activity was reported at Dolomitne, in the area of Horlivka. In the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka, Novoshyrokivske and Pikuzy were also attacked by Ukrainian forces. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar volleys struck Dolomitne. Spartak, Pikuzy and Novoshyrokivske received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[439]

28 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 13 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[440] (including on 10 occasions in Donetsk region and on 3 occasions in Luhansk region[441]); the fire was returned on several occasions.[441] By noon of 28 April one ceasefire violation was registered, at Krymske, at around 4:30 am.[441] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in the Donbass region on 27 April.[441] Pro-Russian authorities at Donetsk city recorded ten Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[442] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded nine Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military employed 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Kalinivka, Kalynove-Borshchevate, Sentianivka, Lozove, Pervomaisk and Pryshyb. BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Svitlodarsk launched a substantial attack on Lozove supported by 82 mm mortars. Kalinivka and Sentianivka were hit by 120 mm mortar rounds.[443]

The press-centre of the JFO reported in the evening that as of 6:00 pm no further ceasefire violations were registered.[444] By the end of the day a total of 3 ceasefire violations were registered. In the eastern area of operations small arms, anti-tank rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars were fired at Shyrokyne, and Pisky came under 82 mm mortar fire. In the northern front, Krymske was hit by anti-tank rockets.[445][446] Pro-Russian sources recorded a number of Ukrainian violations of the truce. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. In the region of Mariupol, heavy shelling was reported at Sakhanka, which was hit by 120 mm mortar barrages. Pro-Russian troops at Uzhivka were harassed with small arms and heavy machine gun fire.[447]

29 April[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[445] — twice in Donetsk and once in Luhansk region.[448] By noon of 29 April three ceasefire violations were registered.[448] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 28 April.[448] Pro-Russian sources at Donetsk city recorded five Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in three locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[449] Officials from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded four Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, 120 mm mortars and BMP-1 armoured vehicles to engage pro-Russian forces at Lohvynove, Pryshyb, Sanzharivka and Knyaz Igor memorial.[450]

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.[451] By the end of the day total 8 ceasefire violations were registered, with no casualties on the Ukrainian side. In the eastern front, Shyrokyne received fire from infantry weapons, anti-tank rocket launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. Ukrainian positions at Pisky were hit by small arms fire, heavy machine gun fire, anti-tank rockets and anti-tank guided missiles. Pro-Russian forces fired infantry weapons, grenade launchers and 82 mm mortars. Pavlopil became the target of small arms and automatic grenade launchers. In the northern sector of operations, 82 mm mortar rounds landed in Zolote.[452][453] A number of Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire were reported by pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city by evening. In the outskirts of Donetsk city, Volvo Center and Oleksandrivka came under attack. Ukrainian forces also opened fire on pro-Russian positions at Sakhanka and Pikuzy with infantry weapons. In the main incidents, 120 mm mortar rounds landed in Volvo Center. Oleksandrivka and Volvo Center received fire from 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles.[454]

30 April[edit]

According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 8 occasions on Ukrainian positions the previous day[452] (including on 6 occasions in Donetsk region and twice in Luhansk region[455]); the fire was returned on several occasions once.[455] By noon of 30 April two ceasefire violations were registered, at Lebedynske and at Pisky.[455] The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence reported at noon no casualties in the Donbass region on 29 April.[455] Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city recorded eight Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in four locations using small arms, heavy machine guns, 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles and 120 mm mortars.[456] Sources from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce within the republic boundaries. Ukrainian forces employed small arms, heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers to attack pro-Russian positions at Kalynove, Kalynivka and Sentianivka.[457]

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 4 occasions, wounding one Ukrainian soldier.[458] By the end of the day total 13 ceasefire violations were registered, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed.[459][460] Pro-Russian authorities from Donetsk city told the press that Ukrainian forces had opened fire at their troops in several locations along the demarcation line. Volvo Center and Trudivske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, Holmivsky, in the area of Horlivka, and in the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka and Uzhivka, came under hostile fire. In the main incidents, BMP-1 armoured vehicles from Travneve, supported by 82 mm mortar fire, launched a substantial attack on pro-Russian positions at Holmivsky. The village itself was left without electric power. Sakhanka was repeatedly shelled with automatic grenade launchers and 73 mm anti-tank recoilless rifles. A single 120 mm mortar round landed meanwhile in Uzhivka.[461]

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    ВФУ обстреляли Ясиноватую и Старомихайловку
    ВФУ обстреляли Донецк
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    Зафиксирован обстрел со стороны ВФУ по Доломитному - СЦКК
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