Thursday results in the occupied territories of Donbass. The highlights 09/13/2019 11:00:00. Total views 675. Views today — 0.

In the area of ​​the Joint Forces Operation on September 12, the armed forces of the Russian Federation and its mercenaries violated the ceasefire 12 times, - the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy fired at the positions of the Joint Forces units from the caliber of weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements, namely: 120 mm and 82 mm mortars. The occupiers also shelled our positions from grenade launchers of various systems and small arms. Two servicemen from the Joint Forces were killed, one soldier was critically injured over the past day as a result of the enemy shelling.

Illegal armed formations carried out shelling from prohibited weapons in the areas of Zaitseve, Sieverne, Vodiane and Novhorod settlements. The militants fired, using 13 120 mm mines and 16 82 mm mines, - the headquarters of the Joint Forces reported.

54 prisoners from the prisons of CADO have been transferred to Ukraine-controlled territory. The Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova wrote this on her Facebook. According to her, one of the 54 prisoners was immediately released in Ukraine due to the expiration of the sentence. He was supposed to be released 2.5 years ago, but the occupiers from the "LNR" did not release him.

Drivers in CADO will be fined for lack of insurance from February 2020, - separatist media reported. Compulsory insurance introduced by the occupation authorities will need to be issued within 24 hours after entering the territory controlled by the militants, both from Ukraine and from Russia. This also applies to those who enter CADO temporarily. Currently, there is no insurance company in CADO. It is also known that the "policy" will not operate on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Two elderly women needed medical assistance at the Oleksandrivka checkpoint (Karhill, on the Donetsk-Kurakhove road corridor) controlled by the militants, - the so-called Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR reported. Pre-medical care was provided to women born in 1940 and 1966. Earlier, the ambulance repeatedly took elderly people from this checkpoint.

Nine deaths have occurred since the beginning of the year in mines that operate in the occupied part of Donetsk oblast. This was reported by the so-called "State Committee for Mining and Technical Supervision", acting on the militants-controlled parts of the region. "Nine deaths and 212 cases of injuries were registered at coal enterprises… since the beginning of this year. In 2018, the figure was ten people and 187, respectively", - the report said.