On June 20, Russian-occupation troops violated ceasefire regime 3 times. In Luhansk direction, the enemy launched provocative attacks on Ukrainian troops near Novotoshkivske, using 82mm artillery. In Donetsk and Mariupol directions, the enemy scaled up its activities outside Pisky and Lebedynske mainly from small arms and automatic grenade launchers. The situation remains under control of the joint forces, the positions are reliably maintained.
One of the ardent separatists of the "DNR", being in opposition to the current leaders of the "republic", exposed the lie of the propagandists about the supposedly "next million" of coal mined under militants’ supervision at the SE Toreanzantratsyt in the Telegram channel "Donetsk Aborigine". Having calculated the real, much lower than the "official" coal production figure, the separatist rhetorically asks: "Why are PR people using such extreme lies? Or the task is to drown the state and make the people hate it?"
Three people died as a result of a fire in an apartment building in the Kuibyshev district of the occupied Donetsk. This was reported by the so-called "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR".
Pro-Russian militants fired upon the ambulance car of the 93rd separate mechanized brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Donbass.
The command of the so-called 2nd Army Corps of the "LNR" demanded that commanders of a number of units "cease the practice of admission outsiders to the positions". "As it turned out, "female outsiders", who could not explain the purpose of their stay in the places of combat missions, were found", - coordinator of the Information Resistance Dmytro Tymchuk wrote on Facebook.
A civilian was blown up by a tripwire grenade near Lopaskine, located along the line of demarcation in Novoaydarsky district. The man was hospitalized with leg injuries. This was reported by the press service of the Luhansk Regional State Administration.
The patrol of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission was unable to cross the bridge in the village of Schastia (20 km north of Luhansk) because of the presence of mines there. This is stated in the report of the organization as of June 19.