In the area of the Joint Forces Operation on November 13, the armed forces of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire 9 times, - the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy fired at the positions of our units from 120 and 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and other small arms that were prohibited by the Minsk agreements. There were no losses among the Joint Forces' troops during the current day.
The pyrotechnics of the Main Directorate of the State Emergencies Service of Ukraine in the Donetsk oblast began demining in the area of the disengagement of forces near the settlements of Petrovske-Bohdanivka of the Volnovakha district. An area of 0.07 hectares was explored during the day. 6 explosive items were seized and destroyed. 4 pyrotechnic squads (20 people and 8 units of equipment) were involved to perform the tasks.
Illegal "court" in CADO sentenced a resident of occupied Donetsk to 5.3 years in prison for allegedly participating in a certain "terrorist community", - media controlled by the militants reported. The so-called "Prosecutor General's Office" of the "DNR" accused the resident of Donetsk of allegedly carrying out "tasks set by the terrorist community aimed at causing damage to the public safety of the so-called "republic" from November 2016 to June 2017 "for personal gain". Let us recall that earlier, another allegedly "Ukrainian spy" was put to high-security prison in the "DNR" for 15 years.
The so-called "supreme court" of the "LNR" sentenced a resident of occupied Luhansk with the family name name of Korotkikh to 12 years in prison for "high treason". This was reported by the so-called "LNR Ministry of State Security". According to the militants, the 39-year-old Luhansk resident was allegedly engaged in "espionage" and provided assistance to the "foreign state". "The agent was tasked with collecting and transmitting information to the SBU about the employees of the LNR law enforcement agencies, as well as their close relatives living in Ukraine. Acting in the interests of the Ukrainian intelligence service, Korotkikh persuaded the LNR People's Police serviceperson, "who was an object of increased interest for foreign intelligence", to cooperate with the SBU", - the militants' report said.
The so-called "LNR MIA" opened an additional branch of the "migration service" in the Leninsky district of occupied Luhansk, separatist media wrote. "An additional department of the migration service is opened today in the Leninsky district of Luhansk, just like a week ago in the Artemivsky, and a little earlier in the Zhovtnevy district, where the migration service accepts documents for the LNR passport and citizenship of the Russian Federation", - a certain "MIA representative" stated. According to him, the new branch of the "migration service" will be able to serve more than 100 people daily.
Two attempts to import significant amounts of cash from the uncontrolled territory were terminated at the Stanytsia Luhanska checkpoint, - the headquarters of the Joint Forces Operation reported. When examining personal belongings of a resident of the Luhansk oblast, born in 1985, who was crossing the checkpoint from the city of Luhansk in Stanytsia Luhanska on foot, two million hryvnias were found in the hidden double bottom of the backpack. On the same day, a 43-year-old resident of the Luhansk oblast tried, avoiding control, to carry 745 thousand UAH in cash through the checkpoint from the uncontrolled territory.
A humanitarian aid truck from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees crossed the Novotroitske checkpoint towards the occupied part of Donetsk oblast, - the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported. "A humanitarian aid truck from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees followed through the Novotroitske checkpoint to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine. Construction materials weighing 14.427 tons were sent to the Donbass residents", - the report said.
A resident of occupied Torez was detained in connection with the arson of two stores. This was reported by the so-called "DNR MIA". The arsonist turned out to be a 20-year-old previously convicted local resident with mental problems. According to the "DNR" "laws", he could face up to five years in prison.