Situation in the area of the Joint Forces Operation on September 1 remained under control, - the JFO headquarters reported. There have been no violations of the full and comprehensive ceasefire since the beginning of this day. Silence was observed along the entire front line. Following the agreements that entered into force on July 27, our servicemen continue to conscientiously carry out their tasks as intended, there are no casualties or injuries among the Joint Forces personnel.
Russian occupation forces do not allow the OSCE SMM patrols to enter the occupied territory under the guise of quarantine and fight against COVID-19. This was reported by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. "There are attempts to cross the demarcation line by the OSCE SMM patrols, but the mission's vehicles are returning back to the territory controlled by Ukraine", - the State Border Guard Service reported. The occupiers do not allow patrols to pass, hiding behind the quarantine measures, allegedly, caused by a coronavirus infection.
Leader of the so-called "DNR" Denis Pushilin promised that the introduction of general conscription and conscription into the ranks of the occupation forces would certainly be, but not this year. This was reported by separatist media. "Too long breaks without conscription may negatively affect the security of future generations of our "country" (CADO - OstroV). But it is too early to talk about the call-up this year", - he "reassured" the youth living in the occupied territories. At the same time, Pushilin directly stated that "as practice has shown, war can be expected at any moment". "We did not expect it in 2014, but it came", - the "DNR" leader stated.
The "DNR" occupiers recognized 39 new cases of COVID-19 coronavirus infection over the past day. This was reported in the so-called "Ministry of Health". In total, 2560 cases of COVID-19 infection were registered and confirmed in CADO as of September 1. It was specified that 141 deaths have been recorded in the occupied territory. As OstroV reported, the "DNR" propagandists regularly publish unrealistically overstated rates of coronavirus, allegedly imported "from Ukraine". At the same time, the observation sites created by them create favorable conditions for internal infection and spread of COVID-19.
Three people died in an inactive mine in the occupied territory of Donetsk oblast. This was said in the report of the so-called "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR". It was reported that three people born in 1966, 1969 and 1972 died in an open area of a non-functioning mine located in the Shakhtarsk district between the villages of Mykhaylivka and Novoorlivka. "The mine rescuers, who measured the gas situation in the mine, found the bodies of the dead 15-18 meters from the mine mouth and released them to the surface", - the report said.
A resident of occupied Voznesenivka (formerly Chervonopartyzansk) in the Luhansk region was blown up by a grenade hidden near her yard under a canister, separatist media write. "According to the victim, she left her house on the Krupska Street with her one-year-old child at about 08:25. She saw that there was a cut-off canister behind the yard and a brick in it. The woman picked the canister up and found a grenade under it. There was an explosion. Fortunately, the child was at a safe distance and was not injured", - the report said. The woman received mine blast wounds. At the moment, she was transferred from the intensive care unit to traumatology, there is no threat to her life.