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LUHANSK, December 25. /TASS/. Ukrainian security forces have not yet started the disengagement of heavy artillery despite the agreements, which were reached in the beginning of last month, militias were quoted by the official news agency, Luhansk Information Center, as saying on Thursday.
“According to the people’s militia reconnaissance data, no fact of withdrawing heavy artillery and launch rocket systems has been reported. Only regrouping of some BM-21 [Grad multiple rocket launch systems] units is observed,” militias said.
In order to implement the Minsk agreements the conflicting parties declared the silence regime in Donbas on December 9. Kiev and the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic stressed the need to start withdrawal of heavy weaponry, exchange prisoners and demilitarisation of the region.