One violation of the ceasefire by the armed formations of the Russian Federation was recorded in the area of the Joint Forces Operation on April 5, - the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy opened fire from small arms in the area of responsibility of the North tactical force, not far from the settlement of Novooleksandrivka. There are no combat losses among the servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Occupation authorities of the so-called "DNR" actually denied the statement of self-proclaimed "mayor" of Horlivka Ivan Prikhodko about the AFU shelling of residential buildings on April 4. So, Prikhodko said that on April 4, at about 19:30, allegedly "two residential buildings in the village of the Gagarin mine in the north-west of Horlivka were damaged by shelling from the armed formations of Ukraine". He added that the power supply wires were also interrupted by the AFU fire. At the same time, the so-called "DNR representation in the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the Ceasefire" reported that at the time indicated by the self-proclaimed mayor, the JFO units did not open fire in the direction of the occupied territories at all. "The armed formations of Ukraine (AFU) did not fire on the territory of the DNR in the past 24 hours (until 3:00 on April 5)", - the message said.
1080 patients with pneumonia, which is not associated with coronavirus in CADO, are being treated in the occupied territory of Donetsk oblast. This was reported by the fake "DNR Ministry of Health". Moreover, half of these patients are treated with oxygen support. The occupiers reported that 51 cases of pneumonia were detected over the past day, of which 26 people were hospitalized.
The water supply to the occupied Ilovaisk has been suspended from 08:00 on April 5 due to repair work. This was reported by the occupation "administration" of the city. About 15 thousand people live in Ilovaisk. In addition, in occupied Snizhne, "the work of the filtation station, which provides the city with water, was corrected" - the consumers were notified in advance. Also, some consumers in Chystiakove (formerly Torez) were left without centralized water due to planned work.