In the area of the Joint Forces Operation on January 11, no violations of the ceasefire by the armed formations of the Russian Federation were recorded, - the JFO headquarters reported. "Units of the Joint Forces are in control of the situation and continue to carry out tasks to repel and contain the armed aggression of the Russian Federation", - the headquarters noted.
"Measures for combat and mobilization readiness" began in the occupied part of Donbas within the framework of which "training camps with reservists" were planned. This was reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine. Also, the militants are working out the issues of re-equipping the military units of the task group of the Russian occupation forces with mobilization resources, checking the work of the deployed points of reception of personnel and military equipment. It was noted that in an intensified regime, the occupiers carried out search activities of persons who are considered as the assigned personnel of the regional "military registration and enlistment offices" and "evade the reserve training".
The so-called "DNR Ministry of State Security" detained resident of occupied Horlivka Natalia Shylo, having accused her of working for the SBU. This was reported by one of the separatist TV channels on January 11. The occupiers accuse the woman under article "espionage" - allegedly, in the period from 2014 to 2019, she "transmitted data on the movement of military equipment" of the "DNR" militants to the SBU", and also "spotted the shelling". Natalia said in the news story that she did not agree with the "article" according to which the occupiers were accusing her, because she is not a "spy". She told that on Twitter account Skhid.Horlovka in 2014, she wrote about the life around – on the rate of wages, shootings and the equipment movements. "It hurt me that Ukraine had been betrayed", - the Horlivka resident said. Earlier, Lyudmila Denisova, Commissioner for Human Rights of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Lyudmyla Denisova reported that a citizen of Ukraine, physics teacher Natalia Shylo, has been illegally held captive on the territory of the temporarily occupied Donetsk oblast for six months. The woman was detained in occupied Horlivka on June 5, 2021, where she came from Kyiv to visit her elderly mother. Only 30 days after the arrest, the teacher's relatives were allowed to give her clothes and food. She is currently in detention center-5 of occupied Donetsk. Natalia Shylo is a native of Horlivka. She moved to Kharkiv after the occupation of the city, where she worked at a school and became a laureate of the city competition "Teacher of the Year-2018".
Many residents in the occupied territory of the Donetsk oblast complained on social networks that prices for poultry, pork and beef remained at the pre-New Year's level. Thus, a kilogram of pork pulp costs customers about 320 rubles, goulash - 290 rubles, and the most expensive are pork neck and pork chop - 350 rubles. The price of veal pulp in the Donetsk markets ranges from 450 to 520 rubles per kg, borshch set - 250 rubles per kg. The townspeople noted that the especially high prices were for poultry meat, and in the markets - for beef: "But poultry meat has already approached record levels. Domestic quails cost 450 rubles per kg, partridges - 290 rubles per kg, chicken fillet and minced chicken - 369 rubles per kg. chicken quarters are slightly cheaper - 294 rubles per kg, and chicken drumstick - 187 rubles per kg "; "Chicken fillet 369 ?! It is easier to buy pork for such a price!"; "Railway market, beef is up to 700 rubles, words fail".
The first batch of "domestically produced" sausage was "exported" from the occupied territory of the Donetsk oblast to Russia. This was announced by the fake "Ministry of Agricultural Policy and Food" of the "DNR". The Yenakiieve Meat Plant produced the batch of sausages. As reported at the enterprise, "1.5 tons of dry-cured sausages of domestic production were "exported". It was clarified that the sausage from the "DNR" went on sale in the Rostov oblast. It has not been reported to what extent the first batch of "dry-cured sausages" meets the quality requirements.
291 new cases of coronavirus were detected in CADO over the day. This was reported by the fake "DNR Ministry of Health". In addition, 15 patients with coronavirus died over the day. In total, the CADO have counted 119 542 infected with COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. 2062 patients are undergoing treatment (inpatient and outpatient). 9342 cases were fatal. The occupiers also identified 61 cases of "usual" pneumonia over the day, which is 29 more than in the previous day. Of these, 40 people were hospitalized. In total, 706 patients with pneumonia are undergoing treatment, of which 533 are on oxygen support (+20 over the day).
Critical soil subsidence continues in the occupied territory of the Donetsk oblast, threatening the residents and the region's ecology. This was reported on Facebook by ex-head of the State Environmental Inspection of Ukraine Yehor Firsov. He told that last year, environmentalists examined satellite images from occupied Donetsk, Makiivka, Yasynuvata, Avdiivka and nearby territories together with the State Space Agency, in order to understand the state of industrial facilities and residential buildings and whether it is safe to live and work there. "It turned out that most of the objects are located in an area that is gradually shifting and subsiding. The main reasons for this are failure to meet the established technical requirements for mining and flooding of mines. In addition, mine waters pollute the water in wells and reservoirs and lead to soil salinization", - Firsov informed. According to him, the situation in most of the investigated areas is threatening or dangerous. That is, the building may collapse at any moment. In particular, the largest precipitation of the earth's surface is observed: between the settlements of Yakovlivka, Mineralne and Makiivka (up to 22.4 cm/year); on the border of Makiivka and Donetsk (19 cm/year); near Yasynuvata (at the tailing dump) (18 cm/year); in the area of the waste heap of the Kholodna Balka 1-2 mine between the settlements of Vuhliar, Proletarske and Shevchenko southeast of Makiivka (16 cm/year).
Football combined teams of the occupied parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts will not take part in the so-called European Championship of unrecognized states. This was reported by the separatist media with reference to the table of the upcoming "championship". The event, sponsored by the so-called Confederation of Independent Football Associations (ConIFA), will take place in French Nice this year. Earlier, the occupation authorities of CADLO stated that they had agreed with ConIFA on the possible participation of the "DNR" and "LNR" national teams in the "European Club Championships". However, as it turned out, the players from the occupied Donbas will not go to Nice. The separatist media cited problems with funding, the absence of Schengen visas and the inability of the "national teams" to take part even in test matches as the reasons. Tournaments of unrecognized "states", naturally, do not have any official status. Donetsk was deservedly considered one of the centers of European football before the Russian occupation. Residents of the Donbas could attend matches with the participation of leading European clubs, Donetsk hosted the games of the European Championship in 2012.
Daewoo Lanos and Volkswagen Passat collided in the Kyivskyi district of occupied Donetsk - six people were injured. This was reported by the fake "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR". The road accident happened in the Donbass Arena area, at the intersection of Pavlo Popovych and Amosova streets. The victims were hospitalized with injuries of varying severity. In particular, the rescuers had to unblock the driver of the Daewoo Lanos car using a hydraulic tool, as well as to remove the injured passenger from the car.
Residents of the Kyivskyi district of occupied Donetsk complained that garbage had not been removed in the entrances of high-rise buildings for about four months and rats scurry about there in broad daylight. "We were in the public utilities office, the answer is the same: "Will you go to work for $80?", - the Donetsk residents wrote in social networks.