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Unidentified offenders disrupted railway traffic on railway sections from Gorlovka to Debaltsevo on June 24.
Detectives found out that high-voltage power pylons had been damaged in explosions and had blocked the railway track. Meanwhile, 70 and 15 centimetres of railway tracks were destroyed as well.
No people were injured in all blasts. Train traffic was suspended across railroad switches. Repair is underway.
On Wednesday morning, three sections of railway tracks in the city of Gorlovka were blasted. Two turnout switches and up traffic tracks were damaged in explosions. A group of detectives is working at the blast sites. No people were wounded in blasts, restoration works are in progress.
Poroshenko’s decree on unilateral ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine took effect at 23:00 Moscow time on June 20. It will last from 22:00 (23:00 Moscow time) on June 20 until 10:00 (11:00 Moscow time) on June 27.