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MOSCOW, October 6. /TASS/. The Ukrainian army did not shell residential areas of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) last night, officials in the district and city administrations told Donetsk News Agency on Tuesday.
"The night was quiet, there was no artillery bombardments," the head of Telmanovsky district administration said. The authorities of Novoazovsky, Starobeshevsky and Amvrosievsky districts did not report any incidents either.
"There were no artillery bombardments and anything related to the war, residents were sleeping peacefully," an official in the Gorlovka administration said. A similar situation was reported in two other cities located close to the frontline - Debaltsevo, Yasinovataya, Makeevka and Donetsk.
"There were no accidents, the ceasefire regime holds. We hope it will continue to be so," said head of Kuibyshevsky district of Donetsk Ivan Prikhodko.
According to an agreement reached during the talks in Minsk, the full ceasefire came into effect at the contact line on September 1.