On August 12, Russia’s hybrid military forces fired four provocative shot from a grenade launcher in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, amid the newly-agreed truce.

In particular, several shots from small arms by the Russian Federation’s armed formations were recorded near the town of Maryinka and the village of Pivdenne. The enemy also opened fire from an automatic grenade launcher twice near the village of Zalizne. Another fact of provocation was recorded near the town of Krasnohorivka. In that area, the enemy planted one POM-2 anti-personnel mine with the help of a hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher.

As reported, a full and comprehensive ceasefire was established in Donbas from July 27. The agreement was agreed by the Trilateral Contact Group during a video conference meeting on July 22.