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MOSCOW, September 28. /TASS/. No shelling carried out by Kiev forces was reported overnight to Monday on the contact line in Donbas, authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic have said.
"We have registered no shelling, everything is alright," the head of the Kuybyshevsky district administration of Donetsk, Ivan Prikhodko, told the Donetsk news agency. The authorities of the Kievsky and Petrovsky districts of the city said the same.
"The mayor of Gorlovka, Roman Khramenkov, said: "This night was clam, there have been no reports on the shelling or casualties."
However, the neighboring self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic reported that one attack on the Nizhneye Lozovoye village from the Luganskoye village side was carried out with small arms late on Sunday.
The Donbas special operation command’s press center said all the sides observed the ceasefire from midnight to 6 a.m. on Monday.
Under the agreement reached at Minsk talks, full ceasefire has been established on the contact line since September 1. Only one blatant violation of the "silence regime" was reported overnight to September 5 when one civilian died and two others were injured.